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…
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 refreshed 2018 Range Rover SVAutobiography is here and it really seems like it’s for people who love the comforts of their own houses so much that they could not bear to leave them behind. So they crammed all the amenities into a Range Rover instead.
Range Rover has decided to kill off the Evoque Coupe in the U.S., leaving what is arguably the purest expression of a ridiculous luxury crossover with just the four-door model and, perhaps confusingly, the convertible continuing on, both of which get a new 2.0-liter four cylinder.
Just a month after announcing that every new car after 2020 will be electrified, Land Rover has announced its first-ever production plug-in hybrid for the U.S. with the new Range Rover Sport.
Not every part of making loads of money is pleasant. You have to do things you don’t like, things that aren’t comfortable in your soul. Take Land Rover’s design head, who thinks it’s a shame so many cows have to be killed for seat leather. But that’s just how the sad, sacrificial cookie that is capitalism crumbles.
Early Range Rovers have managed to stay stately looking no matter where automotive design trends go. Over in England, you can find really old ones with just two doors that are especially cool. And if you look hard enough, you just might find one with royal blood.
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.
Why buy a Range Rover, or a Bentley Bentayga, or a Jaguar F-Pace, or a Rolls-Royce Mullinan, Porsche Cayenne, or whatever crazy beast Lamborghini cooks into an SUV in the near future when you can say you drive the GV80 magic SUV from Genesis, a car brand that sounds made up!
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.
We’ve known that Range Rover has been planning to resurrect the name of their original 1969 prototype, Velar, for their re-skinned Jaguar F-Pace that’s going to slot into the Range Rover line just above the Evoque. We’ve seen teaser pics before, but now, one day early, we get to see the whole thing, thanks to this…
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.
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…
We have been hearing for awhile that Jeep wants to take on Land Rover’s Range Rover line in the upper luxury segment and the brand recently confirmed the upcoming Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer models. It seems that Jeep’s new luxury SUVs will be priced like Rovers as well.
Sorry, but everyone is building performance SUVs nowadays, and that means they need to race each other.
Yes, I bought a Range Rover and it has problems. This story may sound familiar, but not at the absurdly low price I paid for my Rover, and how cheaply I am able to repair the issues.
Jaguar and Land Rover have been one company for years, but the division of design has always been pretty simple: Jaguar does luxury cars, Land Rover does luxury SUVs. The line started to blur with the intro of the F-Pace, and it looks like that trend is going to continue.
Cops, panicked, jog by. A Range Rover swerves through an alley, screeches to a halt and backs into a police car. Metal crunches, glass shatters, and in the background a familiar accent is shouting for the cops to “shoot him! Shoot him!” This isn’t a movie. It’s just another Monday in New York City.
Chinese automakers taking heavy “inspiration” from other companies’ designs is nothing new, but we almost never hear about those automotive plagiarists facing repercussions. Jaguar Land Rover might have had about enough of that nonsense now.