Showing posts in the category of Land Rover Concept

Land Rover Brings Defender Pedal Car Concept To Frankfurt

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Land Rover may very well have the cutest car on display at this week's Frankfurt Motor Show with their Defender Pedal Car.

Range Rover's X1 and Q3 Fighter Could Look Like This

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Land Rover has definitely considered a sub-Evoque compact crossover SUV, but this doesn't mean it will get the green light.

This Suzuki Wants To Be The Real Baby Range Rover

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Looking at the all-new Suzuki Vitara, one doesn’t immediately get an impression of premium, but graft on a posh-looking Range Rover face and some big alloys, and voila: a baby-Range for the people.

Land Rover Vision Concept Turned into Next Discovery in Photoshop

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The Land Rover Vision concept was one of the highlights of the New York auto show. As we know, it previews the new Discovery family, and in particular, the elongated seven-seater that we used to call Discovery or LR4 in the US.

New Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept Looking all Range Rovery in NY

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While nowhere near as predictable as when the German companies try to style a car, the design effort behind the Land Rover Discovery Vision concept could have been foretold if somebody would have told us beforehand that it was going to look like a Range Rover

Land Rover Confirms Discovery Sport Name for Next Freelander / LR2

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Piece by piece, we're getting more information on Land Rover's Discovery plans, as following the debut of the Discovery Vision Concept that previews the styling direction for the entire family, the British firm confirmed today that the Freelander's (LR2 in North America) replacement will carry the Discovery Sport moniker.

Land Rover Sets the Tone for Expanded Discovery Family with Vision Concept [20 Photos & Videos]

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Land Rover flicked away the covers off the Discovery Vision Concept alongside a scale model of the Virgin Galactic spacecraft at a special event aboard the USS Intrepid in Manhattan, just one day and some spare hours before the opening of the 2014 New York Auto Show.

Is This Land Rover's NY Show Discovery Vision Concept or a…Ford Explorer in Disguise?

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Unless we're grossly mistaken, these are leaked photos of the new Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept, which will officially break cover at this week's New York Auto Show. In regards to our Ford Explorer reference, well, the resemblance is there, but in all fairness, the Blue Oval was the one to borrow LR's design theme on its SUV in the first place.

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept Has a Transparent Bonnet...of Sorts [w/Video]

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As you probably know, Land Rover will unveil the Discovery Vision concept car at the New York Auto Show later this month. The study not only previews the next generation Discovery off-roader, but also debuts technologies that are likely to be used on future Land Rover vehicles as well.

New Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept Coming to New York Show [w/Video]

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We're going to get our first glimpse of Land Rover's new family of Discovery models that will include at least two SUVs with a concept model at the 2014 New York Auto Show later this month.

An In-Depth Look and Drive of the All-Electric Land Rover Defender

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If you find Robert Llewellyn’s face is familiar, that’s because it probably is to you. He hosted quite a few different television series for various networks, some of which involved building vehicles out of scrap parts, and has now started a YouTube channel where he posts videos of his first-hand experiences with new developments in green tech – it’s called Fully Charged.

British Coach-Building Startup Alcraft Gives New Range Rover a Roll-Royce Look

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The people at Alcraft, a new UK-based bespoke design and engineering business, may disagree, but the first thing we thought upon seeing these renderings of its coach-built style Range Rover concept, is how much some of the changes, including the wheels and the headlamps, remind us of modern day Rolls Royce models.

IAA 2013: Startech Turns Land Rover Defender Into a Worthy Opponent for Mercedes' G Wagen

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If Mercedes-Benz can pull it off with the classic G-Wagen for more than three decades now, then why can't Land Rover do the same with its Defender 4x4 marketing it as a premium offering with a price tag to match?

We're sure many of you can answer that question in a lot of different ways (agreeing or disagreeing), and while Land Rover itself has opted to start from a clean sheet of paper for the Defender's replacement, German tuning firm Startech is proposing a luxury upgrade for the current three-door 90 model, which it will present in a world premiere at next week's Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA).

Land Rover Electric Defender Hired as a…Locomotive at UK Greenhouse Complex

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Revealed at the Geneva motor show earlier this year, the Defender EV experimental vehicle has started work at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK, where it will transport visitors by pulling a 12-ton road train.

Evoque Convertible Won't Be Made, Instead May Get a Panoramic Roof That Opens

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The Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept that was displayed at the 2012 Geneva auto show, will reportedly remain a design study. At the time, Land Rover had said it would listen carefully to feedback on the Evoque Convertible, but according to a report from Car&Driver, the automaker has decided not to build it.

Land Rover Electrifies Classic Defender for the Geneva Motor Show

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If you've ever had the opportunity to drive the classic Land Rover Defender on the road, you'd be right to think that it's, if not the, one of the most outdated new vehicles in the world. Take it for a spin off the road, however, and we're pretty sure that you will quickly change your mind, which is why the British firm continues to offer a vehicle that can trace its roots back to the original 1948 model.

Still, as capable as it may be when the going gets tough, a replacement is long overdue, which is why Land Rover presented last year's DC100 Concepts. Until the next Defender is ready, though, Land Rover wants to use the current model as an experimental vehicle to test a new electric powertrain.

British Designer Envisions an Entry Level Range Rover Small Crossover for Two

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If you must have a Land Rover and for some reason the compact Evoque is too big for your needs and tastes, then you're out of luck in the real world (at least for now), but in the creative realm of art, British design student Joshua Picton has imagined a new entry-level model for the company's sub-brand Range Rover, aptly named the Coupe Concept.

Startech Goes Retro with Land Rover Series 3.1 Concept at the Essen Motor Show

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Startech, a Brabus subsidiary that focuses its tuning attention on Jaguar-Land Rover Group models, released a new concept based on the latest Land Rover Defender at the Essen Motor Show that runs for the public from December 1 to 9.

Named the Defender Series 3.1 Concept, the study is inspired by the classic Land Rover Series III, which was produced from 1971 to 1984.

Kahn Design to Give the Land Rover Defender a Military Feel or Something Like That...

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These are teaser drawings of Kahn Design's upcoming 2012 Concept 17 Defender project that will be revealed within the next couple of months.

The exterior components of the package will comprise "a four piece arch kit", by which we assume Kahn Design means the front and rear fender attachments, along with an exhaust system, spare wheel cover, mud flaps, optional bullet proof, a unique paint job and new 18-inch wheels.

Jaguar-Land Rover Outlines its Plans for the 2012 New York Auto Show

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In exactly a week from today, the 2012 edition of the New York International Auto Show will kick off for the press revealing all the world premieres that the participating automakers have in store for us.

Just to get us in the mood, the Jaguar-Land Rover group laid out an outline of its plans for the show.

Beginning with Land Rover, the British automaker will perform the global debut of two 'Limited Edition' models alongside the North American premiere of its Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept, while it will also display the DC100 Concept in a new expedition livery.