A beautifully restored specimen of the Land Rover, the Series IIA. It’s been repainted in orange (one of the options when the off-roader first came out), with Wolf Wheels, Mud BF Goodrich tires and a few modern amenities such as a USB charging port.
The sporty, yet off-road capable SUV drops its top for the 2016 model year. With the same 240 hp turbo 4 and 9-speed gearbox from the hardtop, the convertible can open its roof in just 18 seconds at speeds up to 30 mph, and has a system that protects occupants from rollovers.
Jaguar Land Rover’s augmented reality concept includes vehicle pillars that show what’s directly behind them, a ghost car for navigation and various heads up displays such as traffic light timers and parking locators.
It has a new monocoque body and chassis made entirely of aluminum, making it 926 lbs. lighter than the previous version. Available 2013 in 3L V6, 4.4L V8 diesel and 5.0L supercharged V8 variants.
A Range Rover Sport that looks more like a Lambo than a Land Ro(ver), thanks to the slick orange on black theme, from the roof and bonnet stripes to the leather front and rear seats.
Range Rover gives its SUVs a makeover with this 5-door mid-sized model with sporty looks, a zippy 240-hp Ford EcoBoost engine, and a cabin loaded with modern technology.