Land Rover has been cranking out the luxurious yet still-capable Range Rover since 1970, and over the last 41 years, the iconic vehicle has seen its design dramatically altered just three times. We're not expecting the next generation Range Rover to rock the boat stylistically, but we think you should be ready for a fresh look in the very near future.

Our spy photographers captured the 2013 Range Rover in a rather unlikely place. Seen roaming around the 'Ring, this camo-clad beast shows off little in the way of future design language. We wouldn't be surprised, however, if touches of the all-new Evoque find their way up the family tree. Hopefully, the high-speed testing continues for a few weeks and those camouflage layers begin to peel off so we can see exactly what's going on underneath.


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      ShutoSteve
      • 3 Years Ago
      The Land Rover Range Rover should be driving through the Nurburgring Forest, not tackling the circuit, in my opinion.
      JR
      • 3 Years Ago
      The 'Ring is Germany's answer to LA's SkyBar...the place to be seen at and hope the papparazzi snap your picture.
      canuckcharlie
      • 3 Years Ago
      Jeremy Clarkson was right...every manufacturer is testing at the ring nowadays
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      Making11s
      • 3 Years Ago
      What kind of idiocy is this? A Range Rover going around the 'ring? What next, a Peterbilt?
      markscomments
      • 3 Years Ago
      Testing at the Nurburgring is extremely important for developing speed and handling capabilities. Remember that the full size Range Rovers have powerful V8 petrol and diesel engines. Land Rover customers demand top luxury with great ride, handling and awesome off-road capabilities all in one vehicle. I'm excited to see Land Rover's new flagship Range Rover model.
      Krishan Mistry
      • 3 Years Ago
      Dont anyone tell James May or Clarkson, theyd go berserk. Must every new vehicle be spotted with camo on the Ring? Pretty soon there will be articles like this: Traffic came to a standstill on the Nurburgring because contractors are reportedly testing prototype condominiums wearing black camoflage located just past the Karoussel. You never know.
      • 3 Years Ago
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      masonperegrine
      • 3 Years Ago
      Isn't it known as a separate brand from Land Rover now? So, shouldn't this read, "2013 Range Rover caught on a 'Ring run"
        • 3 Years Ago
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          quuppa70
          • 3 Years Ago
          yep, but these new "cheap" models spoils Range brand like Sport,Evoque these should be marketed as Land Rover not as Ranges
      jono
      • 3 Years Ago
      BOMB THE NURBURING!
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