The Defender is dead - Long live the 'electric' Defender!

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Carbon Tracker's James Leaton makes the case for reviving the iconic Land Rover Defender as an electric vehicle - and getting chatted up at charging stations

Just because one of Britain's best loved vehicles rolled off the production line for the last time last week doesn't necessarily mean it should be confined to the history books. Jaguar Land Rover called...

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