Many stylistic changes. Engine upgrades, not so much.
Yet another two-door SUV goes softly into the night.
Jeremy Clarkson on Richard Hammond's Rimac crash and the possible brilliance of an electric Range Rover.
As if the Discovery wasn't already capable enough.
Introduced in Europe in 1970, the Range Rover only made it to the U.S. in 1987, offering unmatched performance with that “snob appeal.”
Range Rover? No. It's 1969, and there's no such thing as a Range Rover. This is a VELAR.
Even the most elite owners used their Range Rover as intended, which means a restoration 40 years later.
Two cousins in Texas prove how reliable a classic Range Rover can be—with a 1200-mile road trip.
The rising value and increasing rarity of early Range Rovers hasn't stopped this owner from using his as it was designed.
Good design and cutting-edge technology sells, and Range Rover has done well on both fields with the Velar.
And it shares its name with the first Range Rover prototype.
Land Rover Classic's Reborn series starts with a donor from the 1970s and ends with a perfect, brand-new SUV, $170,000 later.
The recognizably boxy off-roader has come a long way from the very first prototype of 1969.
Drew Bowler, creator of the famous Land Rover performance firm Bowler Motorsport, passed away on Monday.