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Jaguar Land Rover introducing Range Rover Sport 2014 in UK

...sing. Because, this handsome SUV has been officially shown at the event a few months ago the New York Auto Show 2013. But, Jaguar Land Rover continues to campaign for introducing Range Rover Sport 2014. In the UK, Sport Utility Vehicle will make its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ??exhibition in 2013, which opens next week, July 11 to 14. Range Rover Sport 2014 uses an impressive V8 petrol engine with a capacity of 5000 cc supercharged p...

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Range Rover Evoque test drive in off road

Range Rover Evoque test drive in off road – Range Rover Evoque is designed as a vehicle for on-road conditions. Status Evoque as SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) the most stylish in the world, designed by Land Rover Design Director, Gerry McGovern, along with Victoria Beckham. Range Rover Evoque Although the beautiful face, the Range Rover Evoque was not only able to be used in urban smooth highway. Evoque can also play with mud in the wild, w...

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Range Rover Sport 2014 is unique

Range Rover Sport 2014Jaguar Land Rover finally unveiling of the Range Rover Sport 2014. The design is the result of merging the Evoque model with new Range Rover Sport. Land Rover design director, Gerry McGovern, said the result is unique. The realization of the 2014 Range Rover Sport displayed Land Rover on their official website. “This car looks so unique, with unique features as well. Could see the tuning on the suspension and roll ba...

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Land Rover Discovery introduced in 2016

...model. With the presence of new models, Land Rover will only have three families namely the Defender, Discovery and Range Rover. According to the design director and chief creative officer Land Rover, Gerry McGovern, his central focus is to develop the latest generation for Discovery and Defender. This model will reportedly also be positioned between the segments of the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport. Although not mentioned in detail ab...

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