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2020 Land Rover Defender revealed, priced from $70,000
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10th Sep 2019
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2020 Land Rover Defender revealed, priced from $70,000

Land Rover has finally unveiled the 2020 Defender, designed to be a modern re-imagining of its off-road icon, ahead of its Australian arrival in June 2020.
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Scott Collie
2020 Land Rover Defender leaked
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27th Aug 2019
2 min read

2020 Land Rover Defender leaked

The next-generation Land Rover Defender has been snapped in all its glory on the set of the latest James Bond film. Posted on Instagram and published on Jalopnik, the pictures reveal what we were expecting: the new Defender will be a more modern take on the classic, boxy formula, heavily inspired by the DC100 concept.
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Scott Collie
Jaguar Land Rover discussing further partnerships
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1st Aug 2019
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Jaguar Land Rover discussing further partnerships

Tata Motors, the Indian automaker which owns Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), says the British car maker will need to embrace technology partnerships in order to handle a future full of hybrid, electric and autonomous cars.
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Derek Fung
Jaguar reveals smarter 'Sensory Steering Wheel'
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31st May 2019
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Jaguar reveals smarter 'Sensory Steering Wheel'

Jaguar Land Rover has taken a regular, everyday heated steering wheel and turned the technology on its head. Rather than roasting your palms on a chilly morning, the Sensory Steering Wheel uses two heating elements to tell drivers when and where to turn. Developed alongside Glasgow University, the wheel has elements on both sides of the wheel capable of warming or cooling its section by six degrees. Driver would be able to control how warm the wheel gets, if that's too much.
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Scott Collie
Land Rover recalls several MY16-18 models for emissions fix
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21st May 2019
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Land Rover recalls several MY16-18 models for emissions fix

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has issued a recall for various 2016-18 Land Rover and Range Rover models fitted with 2.0-litre petrol engines, as they may not meet required emissions standards. Following the global announcement back in March which saw the company confirm 44,000 vehicles across its three brands for variance in actual emissions, Land Rover has kicked off its Australia recall campaign which affects 953 units locally.
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James Wong