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More details on next-gen Range Rover, new crossover
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12th Nov 2019
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More details on next-gen Range Rover, new crossover

Jaguar Land Rover doesn’t see a slinky silhouette and reduced off-road ability as being impediments for a Range Rover-branded product, while it also sees an opportunity for the eponymous Range Rover to go even further upmarket. Auto Express reports the new Range Rover crossover – referred to in the past as the Road Rover – will be the lowest and sleekest SUV ever to bear the Range Rover name, while the flagship Range Rover will be positioned to better rival the Bentley Bentayga.
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William Stopford
2016 Range Rover Evoque recalled
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10th Sep 2019
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2016 Range Rover Evoque recalled

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James Wong
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10th Sep 2019
1 min read

2016 Range Rover Evoque recalled

Range Rover Evoque 2016
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Jaguar Land Rover to use BMW front-drive platform for small crossovers - report
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13th Aug 2019
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Jaguar Land Rover to use BMW front-drive platform for small crossovers - report

Jaguar Land Rover is reportedly continuing partnership discussions with BMW, which could see the British automaker sourcing engine and platform technology from the German company. According to a report from Autocar, the BMW FAAR/UKL2 architecture underpinning the Mini Countryman, BMW 1 Series hatch, X1 and X2, could be used on a new set of smaller crossover vehicles. FAAR could be used for a Jaguar crossover and high-riding coupe to slot beneath today's E-Pace.
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Jaguar XJ and Range Rover to feature both electric, petrol drivetrains - report
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24th Jun 2019
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Jaguar XJ and Range Rover to feature both electric, petrol drivetrains - report

The next-generation Jaguar XJ may be pitched as a Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan competitor, but will be built on a platform that supports internal combustion engines. A source has told Automotive News the next-generation XJ will be based on Jaguar Land Rover's new MLA (Modular Longitudinal Architecture) platform instead of the unique architecture employed by the I-Pace crossover.
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