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Land Rover Heritage was established to keep old models on and off the road by supplying parts for classic Landies and allowing enthusiasts to drive them – starting with this 1970 Range Rover Classic displayed at Techno Classica in Essen.


Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations head John Edwards tells Dutch outlet Autovisie that the bespoke division responsible for the continuation Lightweight E-Type is considering its next project. One of the "major contenders" among the final four is the Jaguar XKSS.


It's been barely a week since JLR announced its new Special Operations division, dedicated to creating limited-run halo cars and custom creations for both the Jaguar and Land Rover brands. Now the British automaker has confirmed the debut of the division's first project.

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