We’re in love with the Moraine Blue paint on this special edition of Land Rover’s sleek SUV. It also gets unique 19″ dark gloss wheels, a grey panoramic roof, and a sporty body kit. Inside, there are dark grey accents, and Ebony leather seats with Light Lunar stitching.
Petrolicious scored a ride in this awesome 1981 Range Rover in Sandglow yellow. We’re introduced to its owner, John Holland, and learn about his love for the boxy British off-roader. Unlike some classic cars that sit in a garage, it’s great to see this one used as it was intended.
Inspired by their new Velar SUV, Land Rover teamed up with Zenith to create a timepiece that any driver would happy to have on their wrist. The 42mm watch has a burnished copper and brushed slate face, three sub-dials, and a rubber strap covered in perforated calfskin.
This new model fits between the Evoque and the Sport, offering luxury, performance, and capability for 5 passengers. We love the sleek styling both outside and in, especially the dual 10″ touchscreen displays. Available with 4 cyl. turbo, diesel, and supercharged V6 engines.
“That’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done.” Stunt driver Ben Collins (formerly The Stig) successfully drove a Range Rover Sport down Mürren, Switzerland’s Inferno ski course, with a 7100+ft. descent, slopes up to 75%, over ice and loose terrain, at speeds up to 96 mph.
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.