Your Land Rover news round-up for June - some interesting items to note.
We still have not seen or heard anything useful regarding the highly secretive replacement for the discontinued Land Rover Defender. Some of the major UK automotive blogs continue to post up the same concept images that pop up every few months whenever there is some tiny morsel of speculation in the press. Those are always followed on the forums and Facebook groups by a new wave of comments from the late-comers who somehow haven’t seen the pictures before. I will spare your eyes and not report the images here. With Land Rover vehicles' reputations for leaking, it's surprising nothing's dribbled out yet.
Here at Atlantic British, our own Eric Riston has been toying with a new project vehicle. However, it seems that dame fortune may not smile so brightly upon the chosen steed. So for now that’s all I’m authorized to say on the matter. Suffice it to say that with Eric, each vehicle bears the unique stamp of his personal vision, and the next one will be no different.
For Land Rover enthusiasts, or anyone else, for that matter, there is now a new opportunity to enter an off road challenge and try to win one of four slots to join the Land Rover Experience Tour Peru 2017. For more information, visit the Land Rover Experience webpage.
JLR, in partnership with Aston Martin, is working with Blackberry (remember them?) to improve the security of their vehicles’ information systems. With the ever-increasing sophistication of on-board electronics and software, cyber attacks could have serious consequences.
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