Land Rover announced launch of a new limited edition 2013 Freelander 2 model in the UK, called Black & White. As the name clearly suggests, this edition comes in two colors of Santorini Black metallic or solid Fuji White. Priced from £22,495, the Black & White Freelander is dubbed a high value model.
As is the case with limited edition models, they come with lots more features than the standard. The Freelander B&W benefits from gloss black front grille, side vents and door handles, split-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, signature LED running lights, Bluetooth, privacy glass, and rear load cover, as well as Ebony black cloth upholstery.
Based on the ‘S’ trim level, the car’s standard kit includes push button start, electric windows front and rear, air conditioning, 60:40 folding rear seats, front rear auxiliary power sockets, eight-speaker audio system with DAB digital radio, heated electrically adjustable door mirrors and a full complement of seven airbags.
Land Rover Freelander Black & White comes with the 150PS 2.2-litre turbodiesel, in either the two-wheel-drive eD4 or four-wheel-drive TD4 variants. The eD4 comes with six-speed manual transmission, while the TD4 unit can be specified additionally with a six-speed automatic gearbox.
Limited to 600 units prices for the B&W starts from £22,495 for the eD4, £23,495 for the manual TD4 and £24,995 for the automatic TD4.