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The latest prototype of the next-generation Range Rover was spotted bearing less camouflage ahead of its debut this year, bringing us much closer to seeing the real thing.
Land Rover has entered into a brand partnership with Bowler, the UK-based maker of extreme off-road vehicles. The agreement also ushers in a new era for Bowler, as it launches its first model for use outside competition racing.
Land Rover has cancelled the deliveries and sales of the Range Rover Evoque to some buyers in the UK so that it won't fall into the hands of "dishonest" customers, who intend to resell or export the popular SUV to other right hand drive (RHD) markets such as Thailand, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
The all-new Range Rover has been spotted during testing near Land Rover's headquarters in Gaydon, Warwickshire. The teaser images of the luxurious 4x4 provide more clues to its final specification and design ahead of an official unveiling later this year.
The latest prototype of the new Range Rover opted for less camouflage when it was spotted being tested in the Midlands, revealing more of its styling.
In recognition of its excellent technology, capability and design, Land Rover Evoque was conferred with the Best Crossover and overall Car of the Year titles at Diesel Car magazine's 2012 Car of the Year Awards.
Land Rover celebrated an important milestone as the 300,000th Freelander 2 rolled off from the carmaker's Halewood manufacturing plant in Liverpool, despite being an old model and the availability of a fresher sibling car, the Evoque.
Range Rover has launched the Special Edition Evoque, which has been designed in collaboration with Victoria Beckham.
The Range Rover Evoque Special Edition with Victoria Beckham has been bared at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show. As its official name suggests, it has been designed in collaboration with Victoria Beckham.
Women's World Car of the Year has named this year's best cars across four categories, namely family, luxury, sports and economy.
A weekly round-up of happenings on the road as Land Rover's "Journey of Discovery" covers 8,000 miles from Birmingham to Beijing. The voyage aims to raise ?1 million for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
The Land Rover DC100 Expedition starred at the New York Motor Show last week. The concept car had been seen in Standard and Sport versions in Frankfurt last year but it was the first time the hard-top Expedition had been showcased in public, though Land Rover has stressed it remains only a design model for now.