We never thought we’d see the day when there would be a seven-passenger Land Rover Defender, but here we are. The large off-roader now gets a new trim option known as 130 Outbound. It actually loses the third row seats in favor of more cargo space (a whopping 88.8 cubic feet with the seats folded flat) and more outdoor-ready and off-road appointments such as Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac All-Terrain tires, easy-cleaning Ebony Robustec seats, Electronic Air Suspension, and the Intelligent All-Wheel Drive System. The Outbound also comes standard with 20″ gloss black wheels, matte black bumpers and grille inserts, 12-way power heated and cooled front seats with memory, and a premium Meridian sound system. Under the hood is Land Rover’s potent Ingenium 3.0 liter turbocharged 6-cylinder engine good for 395 horsepower mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.