The Heritage Edition evokes the history of the Defender as a modern interpretation of the famous HUE 166 Land Rover - the first pre-production Series I vehicle, nicknamed 'Huey', which dates back to 1947. Traditionalists will appreciate the Grasmere Green metallic paintwork, Alaska White roof, heritage style grille, headlamp surrounds and heavy-duty steel wheels. Other nostalgic additions include the silver front bumper with black end caps while clear indicator lenses and Indus Silver door hinges also set the Heritage Edition apart. Body-coloured wheel arches and mudflaps bearing the Heritage logo also feature. Externally, the finishing touch comes in the shape of aluminium heritage style badging to the front grille and rear bodywork, which is inspired by the designs fitted to the Series I and II models. Evocative HUE 166 graphics also adorn the front wing panels. While the exterior pays homage to the earliest Land Rovers, the Heritage Edition features a host of modern creature comforts and luxurious finishes inside. They include perforated leather outer steering wheel rim and gear lever, Bright Aluminium trim for the air vents, door handles and door locks, and Almond Resolve Cloth seat facings bearing the heritage logo and detailed with HUE 166 tags. Durable rubber floor mats and a padded cubby box between the front seats ensure the Heritage Edition is as functional as it is distinctive. This 2015 Land Rover 90 Heritage Limited Edition is the link back to the Land Rover Brand's modest beginnings in the late 1940s. This particular vehicle has covered a mere 241 miles, and has had just one owner from new. The car has Land Rover main dealer service history, having been maintained regularly despite covering very minimal mileage.