By the time the Land Rover Defender is given its official launch, we'll probably know which football team it supports, and whether it prefers mornings or nights.
We've known for a while the new Defender will be a thoroughly modern redesign of a classic model. This puts it in stark contrast to the Mercedes-Benz G-Class, which despite being new looks practically unchanged from the original.
While the overall silhouette looks to be boxy, the corners and surfaces have been rounded off. Up front the new Defender features round headlights, but this time they reside within a rectangular housing.
There's also a single-bar grille, plenty of silver plastic, and heavily flared wheel arches.
From last week's Lego leak we know the Defender will be available with a straight-six engine. A new batch of spy photos has also confirmed the car will be available with a touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, and a customisable instrumentation display.
Earlier photos revealed the availability of independent rear suspension, an anti-roll bar, and air suspension.
Jaguar Land Rover's Australian arm says the Defender will start entering local showrooms and driveways in 2020.