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This is the 2018 Range Rover Velar: It’s a Big Deal

This is the 2018 Range Rover Velar: It’s a Big Deal

This is the 2018 Range Rover Velar, and it's officially A Big Deal for Land Rover - not to mention new territory. The Range Rover Velar doesn't replace an existing model but, instead, slots into the so-called white space between two. So, it's larger than the Evoque, but smaller than the Range Rover Sport, with a 113.15-inch wheelbase.

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Range Rover Velar teased as “avant-garde” fourth SUV

Range Rover Velar teased as “avant-garde” fourth SUV

Any luxury SUV fan knows a new Range Rover is something worth getting excited over, and so consider our curiosity piqued at the British marque's upcoming car. The Range Rover Velar will be the fourth member of the automaker's line-up, borrowing a historic name from the late 60s. Intriguingly, though, it'll actually be the first production vehicle to launch with that name.

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Watch how the new Discovery makes towing easy

Watch how the new Discovery makes towing easy

The new 2017 Land Rover Discovery is headed to the US next year, and for those planning to put the SUV to work rather than just do the school run, you might want to tick the new Advanced Tow Assist option. Intended to make reversing when towing large objects like boats and horse boxes more straightforward, it's part of a suite of new technology that gives the high-end truck its serious off-road cred. Making its US debut at the LA Auto Show this week, we caught up with the new Discovery to test the tech out.

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2016 Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 Review: Torque fit for a king

2016 Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 Review: Torque fit for a king

At a time when diesel is a dirty word, Land Rover's refusal to give up with the 2016 Range Rover Sport HSE Td6 could be considered obstinance fit for a king. Sleeker than the Range Rover "proper" and more family-friendly than the Evoque, the Sport combines lashings of torque with quality accommodation, but comes with a high sticker price to match.

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Love it or hate it, this is the 2017 Evoque Convertible

Love it or hate it, this is the 2017 Evoque Convertible

A drop-top, off-road-capable, fashion-friendly, urban SUV might seem like an odd beast, but Range Rover clearly thinks it has legs in the 2017 Evoque Convertible. Taking the broadly popular CUV and lopping off its metal roof, the open-air Evoque has a fabric hood that drops in eighteen seconds, and which can be used at speeds up to 30 mph.

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Range Rover Evoque Convertible can drop the top at up to 30mph

Range Rover Evoque Convertible can drop the top at up to 30mph

We've known for a while now that Range Rover was working on a convertible SUV based on the Evoque. We've also known for a while that Nissan failed miserably when it tried the convertible SUV with the Murano CrossCabriolet, granted the Evoque is a much more attractive vehicle. Range Rover claims that it is the first luxury compact convertible SUV in the world.

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Range Rover Sport SVR challenges Alfa Romeo 4C on track

Range Rover Sport SVR challenges Alfa Romeo 4C on track

I’ve seen more than a few cars at the track over the years that you would have never expected to see out there. I’ve seen several really fast racing trucks turn up at the road course. I’ve also seen people turn up in four door family cars as far removed from racing cars as you can get. One thing I haven’t seen on the track is a SUV.

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Land Rover software bug causes doors to open on their own

Land Rover software bug causes doors to open on their own

You're driving along and all is well until you turn and your door swings open -- a door you're sure was firmly shut when you got in the car. Such is a potential problem some Range Rover owners are facing due to a software bug that may cause the doors unlatch on their own. A door opening without warning could distract the driver and cause a wreck, could result in property damage, or could on the extreme end of things cause a passenger who isn't wearing a seat belt to fall out of the vehicle.

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Range Rover 4×4 gets remote steering for off-road and tight parking spaces

Range Rover 4×4 gets remote steering for off-road and tight parking spaces

The vast majority of people who purchase a Range Rover will never take the capable 4x4 vehicle off-road. Range Rovers are designed to make their way over just about any off-road terrain and on the off chance they do end up off-road, sometimes you need a spotter so you don’t end up stuck or damaging the vehicle. Range Rover has unveiled some cool remote control technology that will allow the driver to control the vehicle from their smartphone.

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This insane SUV is what happens when Range Rover lets loose

This insane SUV is what happens when Range Rover lets loose

Picture the scene: you're filthy rich, addicted to luxury, and have a secret ambition to drive around the automotive equivalent of a stately home/battleship hybrid. Just for you, Range Rover has whipped the SVAutobiography out of the garage, the pinnacle of both the marque's premium SUV line, and of its Special Vehicle Operations customs division. Differentiating itself from not only rivals but its own, more affordable siblings by virtue of flexibility, the true meaning of SVAutobiography is being able to get as luxurious - or ridiculous - as your wallet might allow.

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Range Rover SVAutobiography debuts at New York Auto Show

Range Rover SVAutobiography debuts at New York Auto Show

Range Rover has rolled out its new flagship model at the 2015 New York International Auto Show. The new model is called the Range Rover SVAutobiography and it replaces the old flagship that was called the Autobiography Black at the top of the range. SVAutobiography models are produced exclusively by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations.

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2016 Range Rover HST gets 380PS Supercharged V6

2016 Range Rover HST gets 380PS Supercharged V6

A new Range Rover model is debuting at the 2015 New York Auto Show. The car is the new Range Rover Sport HST and it uses an massaged version of the 3.0L supercharged V6 engine that produces more power than the engine does in other models. In Sport HST trim the V6 produces 380PS, which is 40PS more power than normal.

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