Land Rover Cars
Land Rover was officially founded in 1948. It is the second oldest four-wheel drive car manufacturer in the world after Jeep and also one of just a few car brands in the US to solely SUV vehicle.
The first Land Rover was designed in 1948 by Rover’s chief designer Maurice Wilks on his farm. It is said that he was inspired by Jeep that he used during his summer holiday in Wales.
In early time, few notable Land Rover cars are such as the Land Rover Series I, Land Rover Series II, and Land Rover Series IIA. In 1967, the company becomes part of Leyland Motors and later known as British Leyland (BL) as Rover Triumph.
Land Rover Logo
Current Land Rover Cars
- Land Rover Defender (1983 – present) – Initially called Land Rover Ninety and Land Rover One Ten.
- Land Rover Discovery (1989 – present) – Models available are Land Rover Discovery Series I, Land Rover Discovery Series II, Land Rover Discovery 3/Land Rover LR3, Land Rover Discovery 3/Land Rover LR4,
- Land Rover Range Rover (1970 – present) –Introduced in 1970. Petrol and diesel engine available for Range Rover.
- Land Rover Freelander 2 (2006 – present)
- Land Rover Range Rover Sport (2005 – present)
Today, this long-established SUV car brand had built some other significant models other than the listed above, for example Land Rover LR2, Land Rover LR3, Land Rover 109, Land Rover Defender 110, Land Rover Series II and Land Rover Series III.
Today, Land Rover is owned by an Indian company Tata Motors. It is famous in UK, Europe, US, India, and some other countries in Asia. Land Rover parts are available for sale through Land Rover dealers almost everywhere. With millions of Land Rover cars sold each year, we foresee that Land Rover will definitely introduce more SUV cars for tomorrow.
2001 Land Rover Range Rover
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