The all-new Range Rover has been awarded 5 Stars for Safety Performance by Euro NCAP. This is the highest award achievable for Safety standards within Europe demonstrating Land Rover's continuous commitment to engineering excellence.
"This is the second vehicle launched in as many years with Range Rover Evoque achieving the same result in 2011. Euro NCAP have significantly increased the Pedestrian Protection target in 2012 and Land Rover has risen to the challenge with the all-new Range Rover achieving one of the highest ever scores for Pedestrian within its vehicle category. It's an incredible achievement and testament to the dedication of our engineering team," said John Edwards, Land Rover Global Brand Director.
The all-new Range Rover further demonstrates Land Rover's commitment to sustainability. It is 420Kg lighter than its predecessor and has outstanding results for occupant protection; achieving maximum points in numerous areas within the Euro NCAP tests. Land Rover is currently looking into new technologies for future models to improve Safety Protection even further - particularly Pedestrian Protection.
Two supreme examples of British engineering, the All-New Range Rover Sport and the legendary Supermarine Spitfire, have engaged in a unique duel to measure their off-road mastery.
The all-new Range Rover Sport has been confirmed as the official Pace Car for this Sunday's 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
New record confirms the Range Rover Sport as Land Rover's fastest, most responsive and agile vehicle to date
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