Welcome to The Grid, R&T's quick roundup of the auto industry and motorsports news you should know this morning.
Range Rover Coupe
As part of Land Rover's 70th anniversary, the company will introduce a new model dubbed the Range Rover SV Coupe at the Geneva Motor Show this March. It's said to be a modern shape that works as homage to the original two door Range Rover. The interior, pictured above, looks pretty rad thanks to that two tone setup.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations will build 999 examples of the Range Rover SV Coupe and it'll be sold worldwide.
Kubica in 2019?
Just the other week we learned that Robert Kubica won't be a race driver for Williams after his winter tests, but will instead be a reserve and test driver for the team. But does that mean he's never going to race for the team?
It might not. Russian publication Championat about the team's future. When he was asked about Kubica racing in 2019, Lowe didn't fully close the door on it, saying "yes, maybe." However, we doubt that'll be the case, unless Sergey Sirotkin or Lance Stroll run out of money.
Peugeot Makes It Official
We had heard that PSA Peugeot Citroen was considering a US HQ in Atlanta ahead of a long awaited return to the market. It's , beating out Seattle and Raleigh, North Carolina to be the new US offices for the French brands.
Juncos Sticks with Chevy
Juncos Racing, one of three new 2018 IndyCar teams, will have , following a brief 2017 entry in select races.