Doing a J-turn (aka a Rockford) is one of the coolest tricks you can pull in a car. Notice how I specify a car? Yeah. Don’t try this in a Range Rover up a curb. Watch this Rangie driver find that out the hard way.
An overzealous off-roader at the Jersey Shore apparently posed his Land Rover close to the tide to get what might have been an excellent picture of his truck. Things started to go south as soon as he rolled onto the wet sand.
The Land Rover LR4 was one of the few three-row luxury SUVs you could actually take off-road. But it’s a dinosaur, ancient and clumsy. The 2017 Land Rover Discovery that replaces it is leaner, more comfortable and still goes to work when the pavement disappears. The Discovery badge is back, and it means something…
I mean, it sure as shit doesn’t seem like you’ll be able to see anything out of the new 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar with those small windows and that high beltline, but it’s quite the sleek-looking SUV from the outside nonetheless. I kind of like it.
The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery— the successor to the mighty LR4— is upon us, and I’m in Utah off-roading and on-roading (Is that a word? Anyway) the crap out of it for a few days. So tell me what you want to know, and I’ll do my darnedest to figure out some answers.
Land Rover has officially resurrected the “Velar” name, which is what the OG Range Rover prototype was called back in 1969. The 2017 Range Rover Velar will be a little bigger than the Evoque, a little smaller than the Sport, and ostensibly essentially a different take on the Jaguar F-Pace.
The darkness was thick, almost metallic. Even though I had the brights on, their normally powerful light seemed to be completely swallowed up by the shadows on either side of the car. I was driving the Range Rover Evoque Convertible, I could barely see anything, and that’s exactly how it was supposed to be.
Rejoice, rich people yearning for first-generation Range Rovers! Land Rover’s new “Range Rover Reborn” program means you can buy a completely restored version of their classic SUV for a Ridiculous But Who Cares Because You’re Rich price. Now you can own an essentially brand new example of perhaps the greatest SUV of…
The Land Rover Defender is an archaic, slab-sided agricultural work truck. Yet people are paying $200,000 for custom versions with extra layers of leather inside and outrageously overpowered engines. I’ve driven a lot of steroidal trucks, but East Coast Defender’s Chevy V8-swapped Land Rover was definitely one of the…
You probably figured the 550-horsepower Range Rover Sport SVR could make a quick 0-to-62 time on pavement. But what about snow? Or the beach? Land Rover was curious too, and proud enough of the results to share them with the world.
The camping-with-your-car-but-more-hardcore scene known as “overlanding” has picked up some steam in the last few years. And this $50,000 Wild Fennec conversion for your Land Rover Defender is pretty much the ultimate manifestation of it.
Beloved British car writer and collector Harry Metcalfe has added one hell of a vehicle to his garage: one of the ten Land Rover Defender SVX monster trucks made for that mountain chase scene in the last James Bond movie Spectre. Lucky for us, Metcalfe’s taking the opportunity to crawl all over it with a camera.
Silverstone, the most recognizable racing circuit in the United Kingdom and site of the very first Formula One race in 1950, needs cash. Sadly, they won’t be getting it through a deal with Jaguar Land Rover anymore, reports Automotive News. Jaguar Land Rover had been in talks to lease or buy Silverstone.
If you make your living by betting people what the largest (by number of bricks) Lego structure is, then I’m sure you know that the record goes to a colossal X-Wing fighter, made from 5,335,200 bricks. Well, did go to. It’s time to revise your data, because Land Rover has beaten that X-Wing with a Lego Tower Bridge…
We only saw the front of the new Land Rover Discovery and nothing else at the beginning of this month, but new leaked photos now show the rest of the car. And it looks...fine? It looks fine.
Bored of scrolling past updates about your old roommate’s cousin’s new baby or weird tirades from your crazy uncle? Delete your Facebook and check out Defender Journeys, a site Land Rover set up for owners to share off-road adventure stories.
On August 8, 1963, a group of 15 thieves made off in two Land Rovers with today’s equivalent of $7 million in cash after robbing a train in England. The heist, known as the Great Train Robbery, became one of the most notorious cases in British history.