Ten fun facts about Land Rover

Fact 1
Land Rover is part of the Jaguar Land Rover group, which in turn is a subordinate of Tata Motors, which is an Indian conglomerate.

Fact 2
The company is headquartered in Gaydon, Warwickshire in the United Kingdom and this is four-wheel-drive brand is the second oldest after Jeep.

Fact 3
The name Land Rover came into fruition when the Rover Company named one of their models the Land Rover in the year 1948 which ultimately expanded to an extended range of more four-wheel-drive variants like the Freelander and the Ran Rover Evoque.

Fact 4
The Range Rover Classic, which is the original Range Rover from the 1970 to 1996, is one of the most historic car models and its make is highly recognizable.

Fact 5
Range Rover is known to provide vehicles in the military capacity, especially for the British and the Australian armies.

Fact 6
The Range Rover brand has also expanded into bicycle production endorsement, pushchair manufacture licensing as well as interests in coffee in the form of the Land Rover Coffee Company.

Fact 7
It was announced by the Tata Motors in 2010 that it is intending to build Land Rover models in China; this was primarily to reduce production costs and increase the sale of the vehicles.

Fact 8
The 2012 Paris Motor Show showcased the exquisite Fourth-generation Range Rover.

Fact 9
BMW was also the owner of Land Rover from 1994 to 2007, when it was ultimately taken over by Ford.

Fact 10
The Range Rover was first available to the United States car market in 1986.

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Short about Land Rover
Is an automobile manufacturer in Britain and is known to focus on four-wheel-drive vehicles.

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