Since we are amidst the XXVIII Olympiad, it's only fitting to mention that British firm Land Rover was considering emblazoning their new dynamic on-road setting button with the famous interlocked rings in order to denote the setting's sporting character. The adjustable ride quality is part of Landie's Terrain Response system, which will appear on the upcoming Range Rover Sport. The design was nixed in favor of a logo representing a winding road. Other athletics-inspired graphics included a running shoe, a checkered flag, and a silhouette of the U.S. Men's Basketball Team laying some serious bricks.
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