Heritage Customs has whipped the wraps off its latest Land Rover Defender creation, with the Dutch firm handing the new Defender 90 the convertible treatment. 

“The Valiance is the Heritage Customs concept for a more heroic version of the Defender”

Solihull Sand exterior hue.

Said Jan-Pieter Kroezen, co-owner of Heritage Customs, “The Valiance is the Heritage Customs concept for a more heroic version of the Defender … We’re proud to introduce the Valiance Convertible: a one-of-five, limited-edition, coachbuilt motor car made exclusively as an open-top vehicle. It is based on the 90 body style and is available in three carefully curated colour schemes (Solihull Sand, Côte d’Azur and Kokkini Paralia). The new Valiance Convertible features bespoke wheels, special paints and unique exterior details.”

Defender
Côte d’Azur paint finish.

Co-owner Niels van Roij added: “We have now opened up the five slots for the 2022 Heritage Customs Valiance Convertible. The indicative price for the coachbuilt Convertible is $160 000 (R2 516 238.40) excluding VAT and further taxes. People can now get in touch with us to acquire their ultra-limited, handmade Defender with its classical soft-top, Heritage Customs forged wheels, unique exterior paints and exquisitely handcrafted bespoke interior.”

Kokkini Paralia body colour. Note the 22-inch Supersonic wheels.