SERIES I LAND ROVERS RESTORED TO THEIR ORIGINAL GLORY. OWN A PART OF HISTORY.
A SKETCH IN THE SAND LAUNCHED A WORLDWIDE LEGEND OF CAPABILITY, STRENGTH AND SERVICE
The year is 1947. A man sketches the silhouette of a car in the sand of a Welsh beach. That car is the Land Rover. Tough, intrepid, it goes on to change history, mastering all manner of terrain and capturing hearts around the world.
Decades of innovation have taken us Above and Beyond. We’ve navigated uncharted territory with a firm grasp of where we started – the unique marriage of capability and composure, which distinguishes every vehicle bearing the Land Rover badge.
Maurice Wilks was Land Rover’s first innovator. His son recounts his legacy
Something about Land Rover makes the adventurous attempt the seemingly impossible. Follow the daredevils of the 1955 First Overland Expedition from London to Singapore.
Icons aren’t born overnight. They earn their stripes the long way. Some of the most famous Land Rover drivers know this first-hand. We’re proud to have been part of their journeys…
Land Rover have been focused on making our vehicles as efficient as possible, we have a strong history of efficient technologies: from active suspension lowering to intelligent stop-start.
Our current vehicles continue this journey with innovative technologies including lightweight electronic power steering, aluminium body structures, and our new Ingenium engines.
To identify new efficient E-Capability models, we are offering new E-Capability specifications signposted with blue lettering on the rear of the vehicle. Offering low running costs and class leading CO2 - Range Rover Evoque from 109g/km, and Discovery Sport from 123g/km.
We have ambitious plans for the future. We also recognise that we operate in a resource-constrained world. So we are evolving our business to adapt to these challenges, nurturing the resources and communities on which we depend.