The Range Rover Evoque currently enjoys a unique trim structure within the Land Rover lineup. Gone are the old familiar SE and HSE trims and in are three more-flavorful names: Pure, Prestige, and Dynamic. The three new trims — or design themes as Land Rover calls them — are intended to sum up each of the three trims in a single descriptive word.
The expansive greenhouse architecture found on most of Land Rover's vehicles makes visibility around the exterior acceptable, but there's no denying that increased visibility is never a bad thing. Advances such as Vision Assist will become even more important in the future, as the Range Rover Evoque and the future 2013 Range Rover feature a more letterbox-like canopy.
Land Rover vehicles have been featured in a large number of video games over the years. Most of these have been commercial platform games for Xbox, PlayStation, and the like. However, there are a handful of free Flash games you can play right now. Here are three such games, two of which are official promotional games and the third is a fun Shaun the Sheep™ game that features a very Land Rover'esque Series pickup truck.
If I learned anything today, it's to not give up my day job to become a professional pumpkin carver. Given it has probably been the better part of 20 years since I have laid into a pumpkin that wasn't in the form of a pie, I was reminded of just how sticky and slimy the insides can be. But, all-in-all, it didn't turn out too bad for a first attempt.
Land Rover has shed some light on the mystery of what goes on behind the scenes at its research and development lab — otherwise known as the Land Rover Advanced Design Studio in Gaydon, Warwickshire, England. From sketch to clay model to finished product, the company has revealed a time lapse video of the build process. The video below gives us some insight into what went into designing and building the DC100 Sport.