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Land Rover demonstrates new technology that allows the driver to operate a Range Rover Sport prototype remotely in order to tackle tricky terrain, exit a tight parking spot, or execute a three-point turn.


Land Rover is testing a new system that will detect potholes and other road-surface hazards and respond by adjusting the suspension, avoiding the obstacle, and alerting other drivers and local authorities.


Nicknamed "La Poderosa," this Land Rover Defender is the workhorse of choice for a pair of free spirits living South of the Border, and is the subject of this Petrolicious video.


Top Gear has staged a short drag race between a Hennessey VelociRaptor and a Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR. Watch to see which one of these supercharged V8s wins.


Harry Metcalfe is not only the editor emeritus of Evo magazine, but he also helped Jaguar Land Rover set up its Special Vehicle Operations division that made the new Range Rover Sport SVR. Little wonder then that he got his driving gloves on it before the rest of us. And we're glad he brought along a video camera or two.


You want to have some serious fun on four wheels? Try off-roading in time trials behind the wheel of a modified Land Rover, as the automotive videographers at Xcar discover in this latest video.


Land Rover made sure this would the most memorable Valentine's Day ever for four childhood friends and their 1957 Series I in New Zealand. Watch the video for the full story.


Many of the 1,400 British vehicles aboard the severely listing Höegh Osaka are being recovered in Southampton, despite spending a month trapped on a sandbar.


Have You Driven a Fjord, Lately?

Land Rover invited us to Iceland to test drive its new 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport, and here's a teaser video to accompany our First Drive story.


The latest in a string of impressive new technologies from Jaguar Land Rover alerts the driver to potential hazards from pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycle riders through a series of lights, chimes and vibrations.


The enduring classic that is the Defender will cease production at Solihull at the end of this year, but before it does, Land Rover has released three new special editions - and made its mark in the sand one kilometer across.


The Hoegh Osaka started listing heavily 45 minutes out of the Port of Southampton in the UK, so the crew ran it aground on purpose. Just what will become of the 1,400 cars on board, however, remains to be seen.


Land Rover's new performance utility gets off the old dusty trail and onto the racing circuit to show us what it's got in this minute-and-a-half-long clip.


Jaguar and Land Rover are known for making highly covetable luxury, performance and off-road vehicles, but the British automakers are on a bit of a technology bent lately. Keen to show that it can not only keep up but lead the way when it comes to safety and convenience features, JLR has come out with two more systems to show the way forward.


Fair warning for any classic car fans that suffer from high blood pressure: this story might not be good for your health. US Customs and Border Protection is teaming up with British law enforcement to keep unsafe, imported vehicles off the road here – like this Mini. In the government's view, the only way to make things right is to crush the cars, apparently.


Remember the Bowler Wildcat? Wait, don't answer that, of course you remember the Bowler Wildcat – the tube-framed off-road racer with a V8 heart and a five-year-old's insatiable appetite for dirt. It is no longer made by Bowler, however; Wildcat Automotive has taken over its production – the company has no relation to Bowler Motorsport – and what's more, they've expanded the Wildcat line and begun fettling the Land Rover Defender.

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