In 1999 Santana Motor in cooperation Land Rover began the production of of-road vehicle Santana Anibal (restyling of Defender 110), for export it was called Santana PS-10.
This Spanish off-road vehicle is easy-to-go and simple in management.
The basis of the car is the solid girder frame. The suspension for all wheels is dependent, solid bridges are installed on semi-elliptical springs. The car is equipped with 2.8 L Iveco diesel engine with power output of 125 horsepower. With such engine, it can speed up to 100 km / h during 18.4 sec. The maximum speed is 160 km / h. It is quite good, having regard to the fact that it can tow 3.5 tons or get on the hill with the incline of 45 degrees. The transmission of the automobile is classical: ZF Manual 6 speed and reverse plus LT230 4x2/4x4 transfer box and pluggable front axle. There are both no locks on the front hubs or detachable semi-axles. It a pity that there are no differential lockup, because Santana has a quite good off-road potential. Under the bottom everything is good protected except not covered fuel capacity.
The salon is quite common and uncomplicated. The torpedo is divided into 3 equal sections: instrumental panel, center console and glove box. The pleasant surprise is the air conditioner. The management of this huge Spanish vehicle is simple, mostly due to the splendid field of view and easy-to-go control surface. The lever of the transfer-case housing is comfortable. The steering booster is not good.
The cabin is designed for two persons and has a lack of compartments to store something there.
Also was available an air portable military version. The vehicle has a lot of interesting characteristic traits, such as the \'heavy duty\' front bumper and folded down side windows, which is not present on the civilian versions.
With the appearance of this model, Spaniards began to produce Land Rover vehicles for internal needs or for export to the Africa and Latin America.