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Evolution Of Land Rover From 1948 To 2020 (See Pictures)

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Land Rover is a British brand of four-wheel-drive cars. The brand is exclusively offered as premium and luxury sport utility vehicles. Evolution Of Land Rover

It is owned by multinational car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), which has been owned by India’s Tata Motors since 2008. JLR currently builds Land Rovers in Brazil, China, India, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom.

Land Rover SUV’s was designed as Britain’s answer to the Jeep.

The original Land Rover was revealed to the world at the Amsterdam motor show on 30 April 1948.

The Land Rover was tough, basic and could go just about anywhere. Things stayed that way for many years, until the arrival of the Range Rover in 1970. It was at this point Land Rover that started to move upmarket.





The evolution of the Land Rover brand of SUV began in 1948 when it was first revealed. Over the coming decades, Land Rover would continue its inexorable climb to the point where the company’s original customers wouldn’t recognise the brand now. Here’s how Land Rover went.

Land Rover prototype (1947)

 

 

Land Rover Series I (1948)

 

Land Rover Minerva (1954)

 

Land Rover Series II (1958)

 

Land Rover Santana (1958)

 





Land Rover Series IIa (1961)

 

 

Forward Control (1962)

 

Land Rover Lightweight (1968)

 

 

Land Rover Velar (1968)

 

Range Rover Classic (1970)

 

Land Rover Series III (1971)

 

Land Rover 1 Tonne Forward Control (1972)

 

Land Rover Series III V8 (1979)

 

Range Rover four-door (1981)

 

Land Rover 90 and 110 (1983)

 

Land Rover Discovery (1989)

 

Land Rover Defender (1990)

 

 

Range Rover LWB (1992)

 

Range Rover P38 (1994)

 

Land Rover Freelander (1997)

 

 

Land Rover Discovery 2 (1998)

 

Range Rover L322 (2002)

 

Land Rover Discovery 3 (2004)

 

Range Stormer concept (2004)

 

Range Rover Sport (2005)

 

Land Rover Freelander 2 (2006)

 

Land Rover LRX concept (2008)

 

Land Rover Discovery 4 (2010)

 

Range Rover Evoque (2011)

 

 

Land Rover DC100 concept (2011)

 

Range Rover L405 (2012)

 

Bowler partnership (2012)

 

Range Rover Sport Mk2 (2013)

 

Land Rover Discovery Sport (2014)

 

Final Land Rover Defender (2016)

 

 

Land Rover Discovery 5 (2016)

 

Range Rover Velar (2017)

 

Land Rover Defender Works V8 (2018)

 

2020 Land Rover Defender

 

Range Rover Evoque P300e PHEV





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