After months of spy videos, photos, and various teaser shots and renderings, Land Rover recently released official photos of the all-new 2013 Range Rover. As you can see from the photos, the new flagship model borrows heavily from the smaller Range Rover Evoque that was released in October of 2011 (in the U.S.).
Land Rover will be using the Goodwood Festival of Speed to both celebrate the success of the Journey of Discovery and help promote its new "Been Anywhere Interesting Lately?" advertising campaign. Land Rover's display is intended to replicate the "atmosphere within the Solihull manufacturing facility."
One year ago the 2011 Land Rover Discovery 4 (LR4) took the top spot in the 1,900kg (4,188 lbs.) category of the 2011 Towcar Awards. Flash forward to June of 2012 and you'll experience a mild case of déjà vu. The Discovery 4 recently won the 1,900kg class for the third year in a row.
Under the agreement, Bowler will get access to powertrain and chassis components along with tech and development support from Land Rover. Bowler will provide Land Rover with access to its knowledge of extreme performance-oriented engineering.