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REFINED OVER 50 YEARS

The first 4x4 designed to be as good on the road as it was off it, Range Rover continues to set the gold standard to this day. Equally at home on Place du Casino, Monaco, as it is in the Sahara Desert, we celebrate the pioneering achievements of our ultimate luxury SUV.

THE EVOLUTION OF AN ICON

LANDMARK MOMENT

FIRST GENERATION

WHAT HAPPENED?

The new Range Rover is launched on 17 June with a lightweight aluminium V8 engine, permanent 4WD and all-round disc brakes.

IN VOGUE

WHAT HAPPENED?

Our first factory-produced, limited-edition Range Rover – the ‘In Vogue’ – is produced to critical acclaim.

SECOND GENERATION

WHAT HAPPENED?

Range Rover (P38a) is launched with a long wheelbase chassis and re-styled semi-monocoque body, plus upgraded electronic air suspension.

THIRD GENERATION

WHAT HAPPENED?

Range Rover (L322) is launched with all-round independent air suspension, demonstrated with drive at RAF Kinloss, Skibo and Novar Estate.

A FAMILY OF HALF A MILLION

WHAT HAPPENED?

The 500,000th Range Rover is built at our Solihull production plant in the UK.

RANGE ROVER SPORT

WHAT HAPPENED?

Second model line Range Rover Sport is launched along with new 4.4 litre V8 and 4.2 litre V8 supercharged petrol engines.

FOURTH GENERATION

WHAT HAPPENED?

New model is launched on 6 September at the Royal Ballet School, London – the world’s first aluminium SUV.

THE WORLD’S FASTEST SUV

WHAT HAPPENED?

Range Rover Sport SVR is launched to become the fastest production SUV of all time.

CRESTING HEAVEN’S GATE

WHAT HAPPENED?

Range Rover Sport Plug-in Hybrid becomes the first vehicle to climb the towering 45-degree, 999-step staircase to Heaven’s Gate in China.

CELEBRATING OUR ORIGINS

 

WHAT HAPPENED?

1,970 vehicles are produced to commemorate the 50th anniversary. Available in original launch colours, including Tuscan Blue.

BORN TO EXPLORE

Range Rover has conquered continents.

DID YOU KNOW?

Four things you never knew about our pioneering SUV.

THE MOVIE STAR

Range Rover has featured in over 1,400 films and TV shows, including five James Bond films: Octopussy (1983), The Living Daylights (1987), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), Skyfall (2012) and Spectre (2015).

THE FIREFIGHTER

In the 1970s, specially-built six wheel Range Rovers were used as fire trucks. Some of them are still in use today.

THE MUSEUM SHOWPIECE

Soon after its launch in 1970, Range Rover was the first vehicle to be displayed at the Louvre in Paris as an ‘Exemplary work of Industrial Design’.

THE A-LIST CHOICE

Global stars to have owned Range Rover include Her Majesty the Queen, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, basketball legend Michael Jordan and Hollywood royalty Tom Cruise.

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Vehicles shown are from the Land Rover global range. Specifications, options and availability will vary between markets and should be verified with your local Land Rover Retailer.