has made no secret of the fact that the company aims to flesh out its stable between now and 2017 with the addition of around 40 new model variants. Now Inside Line has given us the first hint of what the first of those models may bring to the table. According to reports, the company is in the beginning stages of developing a new leisure range to slot below the current LR2
. Details are scarce at the moment, but the vehicle will reportedly be the smallest Land Rover to wear the company's badge if it gets the nod for production.
The company also intends to give hardware like the LR2 and LR4
a significant update with freshened exteriors and interiors that are more carlike in an attempt to lure in more buyers.
Land Rover is likely hoping to replicate the warm reception of the Range Rover Evoque
in a less expensive, more accessible package. Sounds good to us.