Happy Birthday to Range Rover

The Range Rover turns 40 today and to celebrate, Interactive Land Rover has put together a video montage to the vehicle here.

As the first fully capable luxury 4×4 and the world’s first vehicle as good on-road as off-road, the Range Rover was a milestone in the development of the SUV. From princes to politicians, from rock gods to rock climbers, from footballers to farmers, the Range Rover has always appealed to icons across all genres.

Call it coincidence or call it fate, but Range Rover Product Manager, Frank Dauerer also turns 40 today!

Frank has been the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport Product Manager since 2007. He has developed and managed over six limited edition Range Rovers as well as the general Range Rover product line-up.

Happy Birthday to both!


Photo from fOTOGLIF

  

Could new Range Rover be the most luxurious SUV ever?

Once the Range Rover Design Q of England was finished with this already luxurious vehicle, it left with a drink chiller, cigar humidor, mini-spa center, elevated roof and a step through door. This Range Rover takes the good life to a whole new level.

From AutoGuide.com:

The whole term of VIP has really progressed over the last few decades. When it comes to automotive, there’s an entire VIP trend that outfits cars with a low-to-the-ground ride height and wildly aggressive wheels that poke beyond the fenders. This style, extremely popular in Japan, normally sees outfitted black vehicles with dark tint and even embroidered shades to conceal what’s inside.

But hey, if you’re out in the Middle East, VIP isn’t low to the ground or with privacy. VIP in the Middle East is taking a Range Rover and giving it wings, without the Red Bull. Design Q, a firm based in England, has done quite possibly the most outlandish luxury embellishment to a vehicle to date.

Read the full article here.

  

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