The CarAdvice team reveals what's hidden away in their sheds and backyards awaiting some TLC.
Bigger than an Evoque and smaller than a Sport, the Range Rover Velar slots into the Goldilocks zone occupied by the Porsche Macan and Audi Q8. Is it 'just right' in P380 SE guise? Scott Collie investigates. ...
The top-spec Velar from JLR’s SVO division is likely the last car to use the company’s supercharged V8. Should we start mourning?
The Range Rover Evoque has always been a style leader in the medium-SUV segment. But can the new-gen model live up to the lofty heights set by its predecessor?
Being the fastest-selling Range Rover of all time makes the Evoque the most important in the line-up too. Range Rover will be hoping the extensive redesign keeps it at the forefront for buyers.
There is little doubt the Velar is a beautiful example of what Range Rover stylists can do. Problem is, it's headed into a market with so many options across the pricing spectrum. There's plenty to like about it, though.
Land Rover’s “most dynamic” model landed an update recently, though the changes have a more dramatic influence on the way the Range Rover Sport looks inside than how it drives.
The stately Range Rover brand gets a dose of delirium, starting with a 423kW supercharged V8.
CarAdvice had a very brief experience with the brand new Evoque at its global reveal in London - and things have changed for the standard-setting small luxury SUV.
Not so long ago, the idea of a four-cylinder Range Rover would have seemed ridiculous. Paired with an electric motor though, it's actually a practical real-world combination.
Just when you thought the last thing you needed was a hardcore performance SUV... Range Rover releases the Sport SVR.