This Land Rover Defender Is Made To Uncover New Roads

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Want to go out and explore new roads? The Land Rover Defender is the perfect vehicle to get behind the wheel of and head out. There is no better place for going out discovering than the Swiss Alps and a video has recently been released praising Steed as being the perfect place for those who like driving off the road.

The tour of Steed comes from Daniel Steed, a guy from the US who enjoys a love affair with Europe and in particular the ruggedness of Switzerland in a Land Rover Defender.

Touring around Germany and Switzerland started out as a hobby for Steed, however it quickly became a passion and the touring program allows him to share his passion with others who like to go exploring off the road. He offers guided tours of the regions in Switzerland that are off the beaten track and there is no better vehicle suited to the rough terrain than the Land Rover Defender.

He said that he has driven full speed on a motorcycle on the Autobahn but that was nothing compared to driving ten kph on a road that is dangerously steep. Not only are you in for some nerve jangling rides with the tour but also you get to see some of the most spectacular views that Switzerland has to offer, plus wine and food.

So do you fancy heading out into the unknown in the Swiss Alps in the Land Rover Defender?

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1 Comment

  1. Bob Sig

    November 2, 2016 at 5:24 am

    Big fan of Defenders and Disco. The older body lines for each are better in my opinion. Told my LR dealer I would be interested in the 4 door Defender when it comes to US. It never did so I ended up buying a Jeep Unlimited. Glad I did and looks like when the Defender comes to US Jeep won’t have anything to worry about. As long as Jeep doesn’t try to make the Wrangler look like a FJ Cruiser. Maybe the newer generation of off road enthusiasts will like the Honda station wagon look.