Jaguar Land Rover is considering the production of a 300 horsepower performance-minded Evoque, reports Autocar.
Rumors have been circulating recently about the introduction of a new Land Rover model to fill the current void between the top-end Evoque and the entry-level Range Rover Sport.
Spy photographers snapped this telling shot of a Range Rover with quad-exhausts and larger air intakes in a retooled front bumper that some say could be a clue to Range Rover's ever-upscale climb...
Castle Bromwich or Solihull: Which one was going to be shut down? Maybe both? Well now, thanks to a record 60% rise in car sales in February and the replacement of the old boss, things are looking up.
The idea is to launch it in conjunction with the Range Rover's 40th birthday, which adds a compelling bit of weight to the rumor that this could be showcased in your garage by early 2011.
A Swedish auto components supplier is saying they’ve received an order from Land Rover for an all-wheel-drive system for a new car to go into production by 2011. That's right; a car.
What is this??
Can we call it the LRXL?
Spies hanging out at the Nurburgring in recent months have reportedly been watching a Range Rover flying around the track. It’s rumored that Range Rover’s supercharged engine is getting redefined to keep up with high-performance rivals from BMW and Porsche.
“I can’t see the Land Rover hiding behind that MINI!”
Can you imagine…a Land Rover the size of a MINI? That’s this year’s teaser from the Frankfurt Auto Show in what has become a Land Rover “tradition” of teasing audiences with a future concept.
Speculation throughout the auto industry continues to ebb and flow it seems with each passing week. The big question: is Ford planning to sell off Land Rover and Jaguar – and even perhaps Volvo – in an effort to recapture some much needed capital?
The answer, as usual, depends upon whom you want to listen to.
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