• Mar 5, 2008


Click above to view high-res gallery of the Land Rover LRX concept

Segments keep blending and niches keep growing. We don't complain, though, when the results are as stunning as the LRX concept. Land Rover brought a second version of the show car to Geneva in a sharp new black-and-silver paintjob that would be our first choice for arriving at the Academy Awards if they were held on the moon. Hopefully the LRX is less pie-in-the-sky than that, though, because we want one. Or two.

As sinisterly handsome as the carbon LRX looks from afar, the devil is in the details, which include such subtle modern touches as brushed-aluminum badging, grille, roof, vents and the like. And we like. Check out the images in the gallery below to see for yourself, and the details in our previous post.



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      • 6 Years Ago
      ehhh.. third time we all see it here and ive already gotten bored of it..
      • 6 Years Ago
      Is this the Land Rover Flex? Yuck.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Other than the front end, I hate this car. I don't like the straight inclined profile and I loathe the opposing dramatic sloping roofline. Just looks awfully awkward.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Seems like some of the more creative LR designers got back from rehab!
      • 6 Years Ago
      this is a lot better looking than the current land rover range. i sure hope they bring this into production.
      • 6 Years Ago
      If this goes into production I'm importing one of the very rare 2dr Land Rover Discoveries.
      In North America that would probably turn almost as many heads as whatever the LRX would if it ever makes it into production when it's in production form (less wild looking).