Spotting an early Disco in like-new condition is practically a once-in-a-lifetime experience these days.
The Velar is taking Land Rover into a brand-new segment, but its name is deeply rooted in the company’s history.
Proof that not every battle-worn off-roader in the US is a Land Cruiser or a Blazer.
Land Rover says there’s no way the project is happening, but Ineos claims it’s moving full speed ahead.
Land Rover was looking for ways to give the Series II more ground clearance.
The resurrected Defender would need a new engine and a new name.
2,016,933 Series I, II, III, and Defenders have been manufactured in Solihull since 1948.