Autocar’s November issue reveals all 16 Land Rover models divided into three segments: luxury, leisure and utility.
Autocar's November issue reveals all 16 Land Rover models.
A week ago we talked about Land Rover’s plans to have 16 models by 2020. In Autocar’s latest issue we get to see them all, divided into three categories: luxury (Range Rover), leisure (Discovery/Freelander) and utility (Defender).
The luxury compartment contains the new Range Rover, upcoming Range Rover Sport and the Evoque with XL, cabrio and baby versions.
In the leisure segment there’s a luxurious version of the Discovery (not confirmed yet), the regular Discovery, along with five- and seven-seater Freelander and a smaller version as well.
As for the utility department, this includes the current Defender, a next-gen model with five seats due in 2016/2017, a LWB base version also due in 2016/2017, a pick-up version that could debut in late 2015 / early 2016, as well as a production version of the DC100 that will have a 100-inch wheelbase.
A recent report is indicating that Land Rover is working on an RS version of the Range Rover Sport.
Additional details are found in Autocar’s November issue.
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