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The first Land Rover was created in 1948 in the UK, inspired by the rugged US Army Jeep. Originally made for operations in the field, Land Rover has now become synonymous with luxury SUVs lined with leather and creature comforts. Originally British owned, Land Rover has changed hands to BMW, to Ford, and now to Tata. Land Rover entered the US in 1987 with the Range Rover and followed it with the Discovery.
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Production of the Land Rover Defender recently ended, having been launched as the Land Rover 110 in 1983. The Defender was officially launched as the Defender in 1990 and received a new turbodiesel engine, the TDI that allowed the Defender to tow heavy loads at speed up hills and cruise at high speeds comfortably at a respectable rate of fuel consumption. The Defender came to the US in 1993, and all were white except one for Ralph Lauren which was painted black. The Defender has been heavily used by the world’s military forces since the 1950s.
The beautiful Land Rover Evoque is the choice for those looking for a compact luxury crossover SUV that exudes style and nimble handling. With great handling on and off-road, the Evoque also offers great fuel consumption, especially with it’s turbocharged 2 liter engine. The sloping roof delivers a sleek style, and for those with such a preference, a two-door version is also available. An impressive 240 horsepower is produced from the turbocharged engine ,which is supported by a nine-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. All Evoques also include Land Rover’s Terrain Response system to tackle various road and terrain conditions.
The Land Rover Freelander compact SUV was produced from 1997 to 2014, with the second generation being launched in 2007, and sold as the LR2 in the US. The Freelander was offered as a two-wheel drive and an all-wheel drive SUV, further variations included a five-door estate, a three-door softback, hardback and commercial versions. Like any Land Rover the Freelander had great off-road capabilities.
The mid-sized Discovery SUV from Land Rover has been known as the LR3 from 2004, and the LR4 from 2009 in the US. The first generation Discovery was launched in the US in 1994 sporting a 3.9 liter V8 engine. Discovery Series II was launched in the US in 1999 with 720 differences, every body panel was different with the exception of the rear door outer skin. The LR3 featured air suspension allowing for ride-height adjustments, and the LR4 gained further improvements to engines, suspension, brakes, gearboxes and major interior upgrades.
The Range Rover is the pinnacle of full-size SUV luxury with an opulent interior, powerful engine options and great off-road capabilities. The new All-Terrain Progress Control system makes it even easier to traverse difficult off-road conditions. There is also a new supercharged 550 horsepower V8 engine available on the long-wheelbased SV Autobiography version. The Range Rover Sport offers more athletic handling in equally luxurious surroundings. Although slightly shorter than the Range Rover, the Sport has the option of the third row of seats while still being able to tackle off-road conditions.