Land RoverAll Models and Modifications
Land Rover – car manufacturer owned by the English company Jaguar Land Rover bought in 1994 by German concern BMW. The name of Land Rover brand is related to Rover company founded in 1887. One of the founders of this firm, John Kemp Starley is known with his development of bicycles with a chain drive gear on a rear wheel. History of the design which is used today for bicycles goes back to nearly one and a half centuries earlier and in some countries, the word "bicycle" and "Rover" are synonymous.
In the spring of 1948, the first 25 cars were shown at an exhibition in Amsterdam and aroused huge interest. The first versions of Land Rover had even no own name but just figures, for example, Land Rover 109 were the name of the next model. In 1970, Range Rover premium class SUV was created. In the early eighties, the company began development of SUV for the average price category. In its basis, Range Rover chassis in combination with more modest and compact body was used. Land Rover Discovery was presented in 1989 at the motor show in Frankfurt.
The headquarters of Land Rover company is located in the English city of Gaydon, county of Yorkshire. Modern models - Defender, Discovery, Freelander, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Evoque are assembled at two plants in the cities of Solihull and Halewood.
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