Ten fun facts about Range Rover

Fact 1
The major assembly of all automobiles under the Range Rover brand takes place at the Solihull plant in England. The plant is also involved with the shipping.

Fact 2
The range Rover is a four-wheel drive sport utility vehicle, first produced in the year 1970 and currently at its fourth iteration.

Fact 3
The brand Range Rover has given its name over the years to other premium Land Rover makes, including Range Rover Sport and Range Rover Evoque.

Fact 4
Though production is taken care of by Land Rover, it is part of the Jaguar Land Rover assemblage, where Tata Motors is the parent company.

Fact 5
The Louvre Museum in Paris has honored Range Rover by displaying one of its models, lauding the brand’s unique engineering design.

Fact 6
Official sales for Range Rover began in USA in 1987 and continued to be sold under the same name till 1993, to be rechristened as Land Rover North America later.

Fact 7
The first generation Range Rover was made between the 1970 and 1996, designed as a basic model lacking a few expediency features.

Fact 8
The first generation Range Rover was called just that for many years but Land Rover renamed it as the Range Rover Classic to distinguish it from other models.

Fact 9
The Range Rover Sport was first showcased through photographs in the year 2004 amidst great excitement in the auto sport world.

Fact 10
A convertible concept version of the Range Rover Evoque was also displayed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

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Short about Range Rover
Is a UK based sports utility vehicle maker that focuses specifically on luxury cars.