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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
2020 Range Rover Velar pricing and specs
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19th Aug 2019
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2020 Range Rover Velar pricing and specs

Land Rover Australia has drastically cut the number of Range Rover Velar models on offer locally, as JLR looks to simplify its line-up. Launched with a whopping 64 different variants, the 2020 Velar will be available in just 13 different flavours, headlined by the supercharged V8 Velar P550 SVAutobiography Dynamic.
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Scott Collie
JLR: Consumer confidence on the rise post-election
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28th May 2019
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JLR: Consumer confidence on the rise post-election

Jaguar Land Rover Australia believes consumer confidence has returned to the luxury car market following the recent Federal election, where the sitting LNP government was returned to power. Speaking to local media at this week’s launch of the new Range Rover Evoque, JLR Australia managing director Mark Cameron said the conservative coalition victory has already been felt in the company’s showrooms.
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Rob Margeit
Tata denies Jaguar Land Rover sale is close to completion
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11th May 2019
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Tata denies Jaguar Land Rover sale is close to completion

The Press Association claims it has seen a "post-sale integration document" that's making its way around Jaguar Land Rover. The document reportedly talks about cost savings which will be achieved after the British automaker is sold to the PSA Group, which currently operates the Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Opel and Vauxhall marques. One source told the Press Association "things are moving quickly behind closed doors".
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Derek Fung