As of this week, I will no longer be writing the weekly Roverlog entries. Taking my place is a fine upstanding young man named Greg Fitzgerald. Greg hails from New Jersey, where he is deeply involved in the Land Rover enthusiast community. These days it is hard to attend a Land Rover event on the East Coast of the US without seeing him. He's always ready for a road or off-road trip, and fully embodies the independent spirit that defines Land Rovers and their dedicated owners.
Greg spent lots of time being ferried around in his parents' Land Rovers as a child, and the experience ruined him for good. He is now hopelessly addicted to all things Rover. I don't think we could have found a better person to carry the Roverlog torch. Greg, best of luck to you mate and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
As for my role, I do hope to continue contributing, albeit less frequently and focusing on some more specific interests and topics. After 3 years, writing the blogs has been a fantastic experience. My writing is sharper and my appreciation for Land Rovers has been permanently changed. Looking so closely at the marque and considering all the models and changes over the years, the current state of the company makes more sense to me now and I have gained an appreciation for the newer Land Rover products that I never thought I would.
This an exciting time to be following Land Rover- the company has seen a level of success under Tata that is enormous compared to past reports. Their product development and marketing are both off the charts now. Likely we will see a new Defender, maybe even sooner than you think, and the company is rapidly expanding its electric vehicle fleet.
A huge thank you to all the fans of Roverlog who have followed us over the years, and to everyone on the Atlantic British team. See you on the trails!
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