The Range Rover Evoque is a great car that has moved from strength to strength since its release, and now the 500,000th has been made.
The Vantage Point
That cost £150,000 to buy?
This is a question that you don’t often get the opportunity to have answered, so an article published by the Liverpool Echo this week caught our interest.
In November we wrote about the Range Rover Evoque Convertible – a slick new reimagining of the already popular vehicle.
This week the first image of the new Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet has been released, and again, it’s a looker!
There’s a lot of hype around driverless cars these days. BMW forecasts its cars will be driverless by 2025; Volvo by 2020, and Google by 2018.
This week Jaguar Land Rover joined in the fun.
In December we wrote about the impending end in production of Land Rover’s iconic Defender.
Today, the last ever Defender rolled off of the production line. Tributes have, appropriately, been forthcoming from all directions.
We rounded up some of the most heart-felt:
It seems that each time we sing praises of Jaguar Land Rover’s efforts, they manage to trump their previous achievement.
November’s record sales and last week’s announcement that they’re the UK’s best employer, followed by news this week that they have now also become the UK’s biggest car-maker, demonstrates our point well.
Jaguar Land Rover have earned another feather in their cap. After record profits last November and strong sales last year in general, the firm have now been named the best place to work in the UK.
Land Rover’s pursuit of glory shows no sign of slowing.
After we wrote recently about parent company Tata’s strong sales in China in November despite the unpredictable economic situation there, the brand is in the news again this week.
Earlier this month we wrote a blog post outlining the end of an era for the current Land Rover Defender. In the post we mentioned the illustrious 2,000,000 series, a one-off model assembled by some very special guests:
Earlier this year we wrote a series of posts about the Range Rover Evoque and China. Here they are, if you missed them: