Land Rover’s new car has an integration with Tile, which sounds geeky as hell because it is. But it means one highly important thing: if you get in the car without your wallet or keys, your car will inform you of this.
Queen Elizabeth II, England’s longest-reigning monarch, celebrated her 90th birthday today with festivities that included a cannon salute and a motorcade tour through part of London. More importantly, she rolls in a very badass custom Range Rover.
A couple of weeks ago, I pissed off an entire nation of car enthusiasts. This was not my intent. I generally aim to make enthusiasts happy, regardless of their race, religion, age, or nationality, unless of course they are German. I am the federal anti-discrimination law of car journalists.
The Land Rover Series 1 had all the interior you’d ever need. At least, as long as you only drive below 20 MPH and exclusively on goat paths. The company is rebuilding 25 examples exactly to 1948 specification at its Heritage Center.
The Land Rover Defender. A loud, uncomfortable British SUV built twenty years ago and cancelled in America because they couldn’t afford to fit it with airbags. It’s unreliable, it has few amenities, it’s slow… and a nice one is worth $70,000. And a really nice one is worth $100,000. How the hell is this possible?
Moms! What would we do without them? Not exist, obviously. We all owe our mothers a lot but maybe not as much as the Hoehn sisters, who took their mom’s car apart in the African desert.
You can trace a line of direct descent from the original world-conquering Land Rover to today’s Land Rover LR4, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t comfy. What do you need to know before you buy an LR4? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Last year U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer Charles Overby set out to legally import his 1985 Land Rover Defender from his station in Germany to the U.S. Now the truck’s trapped at an impound lot, and could potentially set a whole new precedent for automotive importing because of one arbitrary discrepancy.
The Discovery name is back in the US once again, but this time it’s not the boxy, big-windowed, tall box that we now call the LR here in the states. The Discovery name (appended by ‘Sport’ as in ‘sportcoat’, maybe?) is applied to Land Rover’s entry-level offering, a crossover-sized, sleek looking SUV that somehow…
Jaguar Land Rover has renamed its “Heritage” division to “Classic.” But the important thing is that they’re still offering support for ancient iron. Long live the classics.
The Range Rover Evoque is the crossover for fancy folks who want to bathe in luxury while remaining under the radar. What do you need to know before you buy an Evoque? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Put simply, the current Range Rover is the best SUV in the world. It can go anywhere, it can do so very quickly, and it can do so while offering you and your passengers the utmost level of comfort and luxury. What do you need to know before you buy a Ranger Rover? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in…
Do you want to know which inexpensive family hauler is actually the safest, or just watch two cars you hate joust to the death? Either way, this is worth watching.
Does the Land Rover Discovery Sport look cool with extra lights and luggage or nah? [Image: Land Rover]
The British Government has just committed almost $30 million to develop various facets of autonomous car tech, a chunk of which Bosch and Jaguar Land Rover are getting to develop self-driving cars that actually “drive like humans, not robots.”
Pour one out for the Land Rover Defender. Surrounded by more than 700 current and former employees from the Solihull plant, the last one ever rolled off the assembly line today.
The Camel Trophy was a big, bad off-road endurance challenge Land Rover used to put on every time they felt like showing off new equipment. In 1998, and for the first time ever, that included a plucky little crossover. Things got... “radical?”
The Land Rover Freelander is finally old enough to be moved into the company’s “Heritage Collection.” Is it time to start calling these little crapkickers “classics” yet? [Image: Land Rover]
Land Rover used to run an intense annual cross-country driving challenge to show off the capabilities of their 4x4s. We’re talking long slogs epic landscape panoramas and lots of digging in the mud. A real event hasn’t been hosted in years, but some creative fans found a practical way to bring it back.