China is well on its way to becoming Land Rover's largest market, so it was with due respect that the company made a big showing at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. The exhibition is also known as the Beijing Motor Show and Auto China, but regardless of what you want to call it, the show's international influence is undeniable.
Land Rover's Journey of Discovery rolled into Beijing, China, just in time for the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. Over the course of the 50 day journey that started on February 29th at the Solihull plant where the 1,000,000th Discovery was built, the team has visited 13 countries and visited 78 cities.
The most recent award earned by the 2012 Range Rover Evoque comes in the form of the 2012 World Car Design of the Year, where it was up against the Citroën DS5, Hyundai Veloster, and others. The award was announced at a press conference hosted by Bridgestone Corporation at the 2012 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS).
Land Rover is using the 2012 New York International Auto Show to help celebrate its 25th anniversary in North America. While the usual vehicles are on display, including the convertible version of the Range Rover Evoque, we were most drawn to the new DC100. The vehicle now sports its most expeditionary look yet.
Just ahead of the 2012 New York International Auto Show, Land Rover has created an urban off-road course that celebrates the company's 25 years of history here in North America. On the dirt course is the modern Land Rover lineup along with a few classics. In this photo gallery you can spy a Series IIA, an '87 Range Rover, a Camel Trophy Discovery, and more.