Land Rover is making an effort to become a top contender in the green
car movement. The foreign luxury auto maker is already producing new
battery and vehicle technology, including a hybrid version of their
upcoming Evoque small crossover Range Rover.
money can be an issue, sometimes the only issue, when trying to make it
in the auto industry. Land Rover is far from going broke, but producing
such new technologies takes millions
Land Rover Dealers nationwide, like Fred Lavery Company - 34602 Woodward Avenue, Birmingham, MI 48009, are selling Freelanders and Ranger Rovers like hotcakes. But what about the latest and upcoming models from LR?
New owner Tata Motors promises that Land Rover will add smaller vehicles to their line up. Land Rover will also look to produce hybrid powerplants for trucks and those smaller rides. Yet, no time frame has been released for these plans.
Land Rover is planning on the introduction of an all new the model to their line up. The SUV and crossover maker is already comprised of Range Rover, the Range Rover Sport and the all new Range Rover Evoque two-door.
This fresh model would be placed somewhere in between the RR Sport and Evoque models.
While details are limited, Autocar reports several sources have stated officials are pleased with the response to the all new?
Recently, we reported on the Freelander 2 for 2011 - which has received an upgrade of both interior and exterior design. There is also news that the 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 will receive an upgrade in engine power and performance.
The small SUV will be distributed throughout Europe and eventually the United States with a new 2.2-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine. This powerplant is capable of generating either 148 horsepower (110 kW), or upwards of?
Land Rover is about to revamp their long running and successful Range Rover model. Two of the biggest changes to the popular SUV - an upgraded diesel engine and an 8-speed automatic tranny.
The 3.6 liter V8 diesel engine previously fitted to the Range Rover is very well regarded but the arrival of a heavily revamped 3.0-liter version of the Land Rover's V6 diesel. Capacity is increased to 4.4 liters now, and the engine now provides 313 horsepower.
The forthcoming Range Rover's new 8 speed automatic transmission comes from German transmission specialists ZF. The new engine…
Land Rover recently announced that it is now the offical vehicle of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for 2010. Land Rover is also the title sponsor of the US Eventing Team, which is set to compete at this year's Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, KY.
"Land Rover represents premium performance and success," says USEF President David O'Connor. "That makes them a perfect fit for our U.S. Eventing Team. We…