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Land Rover Range Rover (modern)

Land Rover Range Rover (modern) (United Kingdom, 1995-present)

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As the world’s first vehicle as good on-road as off-road, the Range Rover has saved its spot as one of the most significant vehicles in the history of motoring. Throughout the years it was Land Rover’s flagship model, offering a combination of comfort, luxury, design, technology and versatility.

The Range Rover already counts 40 years of history, with the first generation debuting in 1970. This generation was produced for just over 25 years, suffering numerous upgrades and receiving a multiplicity of variants.

In 1994 the second generation, known as the P38a, was put on sale and was replaced by the current model in 2001. Over the last decade the Range Rover received further enhancements, which helped it retain its position as one of the world's most complete luxury vehicles.

In 2005 Land Rover introduced the Range Rover Sport, which added a sport tourer SUV to the Range Rover line-up. The new variant became an instant sales success and has already sold over 300,000 vehicles over the past six years. In 2011 the Range Rover Evoque is the third model joining the Range Rover lineup.

In 2010 Land Rover reached a milestone with one million units of its Range Rover model produced. The Range Rover is still being being built at Solihull, the plant has produced already three generations of the Range Rover, since June 1970.

 


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The first Land Rover vehicle was built by the British automaker Rover in 1948 and was also the first all-terrain vehicle for civilian use. Only many years later would Land Rover become an independent brand and company of 4x4 vehicles. Until then, the all-terrain vehicle would be just another product on Rover Company’s line-up.

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