The real big news about the 2019 Land Rover Range Rover and Range Rover Sport is the introduction of the P400e plug-in hybrid trim, which can apparently drive 31 miles on its battery alone. Both SUVs get a few other little updates for the new model year but a water wading depth sensor sounds like the most fun.
Indian gigantoglomerate Tata has owned Jaguar Land Rover for a good while, but only now are we coming to expect a Tata SUV based on a Land Rover. If anything, it’s surprising it took this long.
OK this one is throwing me for a loop. Land Rover, the SUV company, apparently wants to trademark a new brand name: “Road Rover.” If your reaction is “what,” that is also my reaction.
There are plenty of great looking classic trucks on the road still, but there’s something about an early Land Rover that is just so freaking pretty. And this one in particular is on another level.
“I once fell asleep in the back of a Range Rover while it was off-roading,” Matt Farah explains, plodding up a dirt track in a 2018 Range Rover Velar. The Velar is pretty much the least off-roady Range Rover ever, so any opportunity to see one raked over coals, or uh, rocks, is intriguing.
Today, Land Rover declared that it’s developing “off-road self-driving SUVs” to which I snorted and prepared a squinty-eyed shakey-head “why?” GIF. But after thinking about it for a few more seconds, this actually makes a lot of sense.
I recently spotted for the first time a Land Rover Series III “Lightweight” in Nuremberg, Germany, and now I’m stuck in a deep rabbit hole learning about this incredible machine. So I’m bringing you down with me.
‘Needs work, but we’ll do it’ isn’t something you often hear from a car seller, but that’s just what the offerer of today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Range Rover avers. Let’s see if that suggested work makes the price workable.
The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a fairly practical hatchback disguised as an electric crossover, but it has one surprising feature that might be unexpected for a low vehicle powered purely by batteries—it can wade through 19 inches of water. Almost 20, in fact.
I enjoy the looks of the current Range Rover, but I never gave much thought to what it might look like with two fewer doors. Why would I? Even in the current SUV boom, that seemed a bridge too far for Land Rover. Evidently I was wrong. If you have a boatload of cash, you can get the two-door modern Range Rover you…
The Brits, those famous smartphone tech innovators, are at it again. I present to you the Land Rover Explore, a smartphone for outdoorsy types that is something more than just a fancy case but something (far) less than a total rethink of the idea. It’s also somewhat of a solution in search of a problem.
Taylor Congleton grew up on the water, in South Hero, Vermont—an island in the midst of Lake Champlain, tucked quietly away between upstate New York and the Quebec border. Nowadays he raises three majestic hound dogs who occasionally inspect his work. On the weekends he sails a hydrofoil catamaran painted with Flying…
Back in November, Matthew Schaefer found himself down on his luck, forced to sell his home—a Toyota Land Cruiser—after a breakup with his girlfriend, tough times finding a job, and bad weather left him feeling hopeless. But after we shared his heartbreaking Craigslist post, Jalopnik readers stepped up to give him a…
There’s something magical about a car modification that costs over $30,000 and results in making a car that’s louder, rougher, smokier and objectively less useful than when you started. It’s also now only capable of 15 mph. And yet, somehow, the car is so much better than before. That’s the case with Frank Rothwell’s…
The Ford Bronco may be coming back, but it looks like Land Rover will be leading the charge in the return of full-size two-door SUVs.
The OG Land Rover, and I mean the first one which had been missing for decades, has apparently been found. Land Rover’s restoration specialists say it was hanging out in a garden down the road from the company’s Solihull, U.K. headquarters after a long life of sitting in other piles of dirt. This year, the trucklet’s…
There’s no shame in faking it ‘til you’re making it, and what better way to fake it than by driving a genuinely nice and enjoyable ride. This is good for self confidence, impressing a date, impressing your friends, impressing your parents, and possibly most importantly, impressing your colleagues and superiors.
The $207,900 Range Rover SVAutobiography is comfortable, of course. It’s also optimized for lazy passengers. The amount of motorization in the back seat of this thing is absolutely awesome if you’re an indolent millionaire, and probably the opposite if you’re the fourth owner trying to keep all these electronics alive.