As usual, Bring A Trailer scored another great find with this 1969 Range Rover Velar prototype. The Velar series of prototypes would help build Range Rover a foundation that continues to this day. Even though the Range Rover is in its third generation, you don't have to squint too hard to see the resemblance between the 2012 Range Rover and its 43 year old ancestor.
Driving on the ubiquitous tarmac does not really require the use of both feet through everyday traffic, unless of course the vehicle has a manual gearbox. Since the left foot is not always being used while piloting an automatic, it sometimes gets forgotten while in off-pavement scenarios. Using this lazy left foot alongside the application of the double-pedal technique can become invaluable skill while negotiating precarious terrain.
We have something really great for you today. Bruce Elfstrom, CEO of Overland Experts, an off-road driving and overlanding school based out of in East Haddam, Connecticut, was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions for us.
In the second part of this article, we're taking a look at the Land Rover Land_e concept, which showcased Land Rover's e_Terrain Technologies. We're also looking at the Range Stormer, which introduced us to the Range Rover Sport. In the first part of this article, we looked at the Defender Concept 100 and the Land Rover LRX, which became the Range Rover Evoque.
In the first part of this article, we're taking a brief look at the Land Rover DC100, which will become the Defender in 2015. We're also looking at the Land Rover LRX, which became the Range Rover Evoque. In the second part of this article, we will be looking at the Land_e technologies concept and the Range Stormer, which lead up to the Range Rover Sport.