Land Rover is recalling nearly 66k Range Rovers and LR4s in two separate campaigns. One is for the doors unexpectedly unlatching, and the other covers the panoramic sunroof leaking or potentially falling off.
Land Rover isn't too worried about Bentley and Rolls-Royce stealing market share away from its flagship Range Rover with their upcoming luxury crossovers. So we can expect more upscale versions, but not an entirely separate model to upstage the existing one.
Land Rover wanted to put the Range Rover Sport Hybrid to the test, and to do so, it sent a team on a very chilly road trip. The group hooked up a winterized Airstream to the back of the electrified SUV and drove it to the company's test center in the arctic circle.
Land Rover's Autobiography line is now entering its third decade of pimping out ultra-luxurious Range Rovers. The bigger question, though, is what the British SUV manufacturer has planned next to fend off the impending advances of Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Maybach.
An issue with the occupant classification system has prompted Land Rover to recall certain Range Rovers and Range Rover Sports for a software reflash, with another pair called in to have their supercharged engines replaced.
Land Rover will bring an updated Range Rover Evoque to the Geneva Motor Show, one fitted with a first for the brand: full-LED headlights. They'll be an option on the baby crossover when it goes on sale here in October this year.
Three separate recall campaigns will bring in 104,114 vehicles manufactured by Jaguar Land Rover - the bulk of them Range Rovers recalled for brake issues, with a handful of blinking Jaguar XKs thrown in for good measure.