LATEST LAND ROVER NEWS
Land Rover puts fans inside the New Defender on the set of No Time To Die, the 25th official James Bond film, in a teaser video released to announce its continued partnership with EON Productions.
JAGUAR LAND ROVER UNVEILS ADVANCED PRODUCT CREATION CENTRE - ONE OF THE UK'S MOST SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
Today, Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled new facilities at its Gaydon site in Warwickshire, creating one of the UK’s most sustainable non-domestic buildings and the country’s largest automotive creation and development centre.
This is the new Land Rover Defender. An icon reimagined for the 21st century, it is clever, capable and safe for all the family, and in a category of its own.
Jaguar Land Rover India today announced the opening of its new 3S retailer facility in Pune with ACE Perkins.
Jaguar Land Rover India today announced the opening of its new boutique showroom by Marqland at Cunningham Road in Bengaluru.
With an aim to provide timely assistance during disasters and positively impact the society, Jaguar Land Rover India has joined forces with Rapid Response, an NGO that specialises in disaster management and relief.
NEVER STOP DISCOVERING WITH THE 177 kW (240 PS) LAND ROVER DISCOVERY DIESEL, STARTING FROM ₹ 75.18 LAKH
Jaguar Land Rover India, today announced the launch of the 2.0 l diesel derivative of the Model Year 2019 Land Rover Discovery in India, priced from ₹ 75.18 lakh.
The new Land Rover Defender has moved a step closer to production after successfully completing a demanding testing program with Tusk Trust in Kenya, in support of their lion conservation initiatives in Africa.
Jaguar Land Rover India, today announced the launch of the 2.0 l petrol derivatives of the Model Year 2019 Range Rover Sport in India, priced at ₹ 86.71 lakh.
Jaguar Land Rover India announced the start of sale of the locally manufactured Range Rover Velar.
To celebrate World Land Rover Day, Land Rover has announced plans for the new Defender to complete a final phase of field testing with the Tusk Trust, on location in Kenya.
Tomorrow’s engineers are learning to code self-driving vehicles of the future today thanks to the unique Land Rover 4x4 in Schools programme.