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2019 Land Rover Discovery Anniversary Edition revealed

Land Rover UK has revealed a special-edition Discovery to celebrate three decades since the nameplate launched, complete with a smattering of optional extras. Unlike Mini, which developed a new logo, special paint finishes and unique puddle lighting for its 60th Anniversary specials, the design team at Land Rover has taken a low-key approach with the Anniversary Edition...

2020 Land Rover Discovery Sport spied

Photographers have snapped the updated Land Rover Discovery Sport during development testing this week, ahead of an anticipated reveal sometime later in the year. Normally with mid-life facelifts the camouflage is limited to the front and rear ends concealing revised bumpers and light units, but here the whole vehicle bar the roof is wrapped in swirly black-and-white wrap...

CarAdvice podcast 135: Tony Crawford drives a Singer 911!

Welcome to the 2019 season of the CarAdvice podcast! This week you are joined by Mandy Turner and Mike Stevens. In car news, Honda has launched a new entry-level third-row CR-V, the 2020 Land Rover Defender has been previewed, while the 2019 Lamborghini Huracan Evo and Mercedes-Benz CLA have been revealed...

Jaguar Land Rover to cut 4500 jobs

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has confirmed it will cut 4500 people from its payroll as part of plans to bring the company back to profitability. The British manufacturer says the job losses will be global, but it's understood most of the redundancies will occur in the UK, where the automaker employs around 43,000 people...

When will luxury cars get five-year warranty?

Pressure is mounting on luxury car brands to boost their warranties to five years or more, now that nine of the Top 10 brands offer extended coverage as standard. In particular the decision by car giants Toyota and Volkswagen to increase their warranties from three to five years from January 1, 2019 has made it increasingly difficult for their respective luxury affiliates Lexus and Audi to hold out...

JLR initiates Takata recall for MY2017 models

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has commenced the next phase of its Takata airbag recall in Australia, issuing notices for the 2017 model-year Jaguar XE, XF and F-Pace, along with the Land Rover Discovery Sport. All vehicles affected by this notice are being asked back for their driver's side airbags, which can experience degradation of their inflator propellant if they are exposed to high temperatures and humidity over time...

2020 Land Rover Defender previewed - video

Land Rover USA has published a new teaser video for the all-new 2020 Defender while also confirming the next-gen off-roader will be available in North American showrooms next year. UPDATE, 8/1/19: We've added a full gallery of high-resolution images of the Defender prototype...

Tata still 'committed' to Jaguar Land Rover despite losses

The chairman of Tata Motors has gone on the record to state the Indian automaker has no plans to sell Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) or discontinue the Jaguar marque. In the third quarter of 2018 the company lost £90 million ($160 million) due to weakness in the Chinese market, local Brexit woes, and dwindling demand for diesel-powered vehicles and traditional sedan models...

2020 Land Rover Defender teased

Land Rover has released the first official teaser of its new-generation Defender, ahead of a full reveal sometime next year. The above image was published on some of the company's social channels, including its North American Instagram profile. Accompanying the photo is the caption: "do not unwrap until 2019", indicating the official reveal of the much-loved nameplate will occur in the new year...

Jaguar Land Rover: 5000 jobs on the chopping block

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will next year slash up to 5000 jobs as part of its turnaround plan, according to new reporting from the UK. According to the Financial Times, the brand will announce a £2.5 billion ($4.3 billion) turnaround plan to deal with falling demand...

Land Rover confirms pet-friendly accessories headed for Australia

Land Rover has revealed its set of accessories aimed for dogs are headed for our shores, catering for the 50 per cent of its owners who have a furry, four-legged friend. The brand's new Pet Packs come in a number of flavours, ranging in price from $502 to $2963. The packages are available across the entire range, from the Evoque to the full-fat Range Rover...