Glenfrome Facet. A Land Rover conversion

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The most articulate Land Rover ever

The Range Rover’s off-road ability was much better than that of any contemporary Land Rover. The reason was axle articulation, on account of those long-travel coil springs. This allowed double the articulation of a normal Land Rover and as a result the Range Rover was more comfortable and more capable over rough terrain.

Here in 2021: the Range Rover Mk5

Based on an all-new platform, the fifth-generation Range Rover is set to hit showrooms towards the end of 2021 in standard- and long-wheelbase forms. Likely to be offered in petrol, diesel, plug-in hybrid and electric guises, the next Range Rover is likely to look similar to the current edition – but it’ll be even more technologically advanced and expensive, especially at the top end.

That’s because, unlike the last time it re-generated, it now needs to compete with new SUV offerings from the likes of Rolls-Royce, Bentley, and Aston Martin as well as long-time rivals from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The Range Rover story continues. PICTURE: Autocar spyshot

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