Land Rover New Cars in India
Land Rover began operations in the 1940s, when it began production of the original Defender, which was simply known as the Land Rover. From there, the company evolved to produce the luxurious Range Rover series. The brand was agalmated into British Leyland, and then sold to Ford. At the time, the brand evolved two more model ranges, namely the Discovery and the Freelander. When Ford decided to hive of Land Rover (along with Jaguar), it was purchased by Tata Motors. The latest model from the company is the new Range Rover Evoque. Indian sales of Land Rover started in 2009.
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Land Rover Car in News
Land Rover has showcased the long wheelbase Autobiography Black Range Rover at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. Representing the pinnacle of the Range Rover line-up, the Autobiography Black brings even higher levels of refinement to Land Rover admired SUV.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will enhance its research and product development on future vehicle infotainment technologies through a new collaboration with Intel and the opening of a new Technology R&D centre in Portland, Oregon.
Land Rover has announced its continued support of the Race2Recovery team as lead sponsor of the injured servicemen who conquered the world’s toughest race - the Dakar Rally - earlier this year.
Land Rover has formed crucial new sponsorship with the Born Free Foundation, one of the world’s premier wildlife charities, further stepping ahead with its successful Global Conservation Partnership first formed in 2002 and confirming Born Free as its primary global conservation ally.
Land Rover has decided to act out the crucial role of a sponsor for the 2014 Defender Challenge by Bowler, a one-make rally series operated by Bowler Motorsport. The event is conceptualised to perform as a preparatory stage for the annual Dakar rally and other global rally-raid competitions.