Posts Tagged: Land Rover history

Range Rover P38 (1994-2001)
By April 7, 2015 Read More →

Range Rover P38 (1994-2001)

The second generation Range Rover, often known as the Range Rover P38 (because it was developed in building 38A in the Solihull factory), dialled up luxury, on-road ability and off-road versatility. Range Rover P38, was a clean sheet design, but it soon became clear to the design team that they radically changed the style at their peril.

Range Rover Classic (1970-1996)
By December 7, 2011 Read More →

Range Rover Classic (1970-1996)

In the mid ’60s, Rover engineers visited America to garner ideas on how to boost the company’s sales in the US. Dealers there confirmed that a market for 4×4 leisure vehicles was growing. Appealing to those who liked towing, camping and led an outdoor life, but also wanted a vehicle with freeway and urban-driving potential.