Land Rover UK recently posted a video to its YouTube channel giving a few really good pointers on preparing your vehicle for driving in the snow. While the video doesn't go into any detail on driving technique, it does give a good overview of making sure your Land Rover is ready for the white stuff. That is assuming you have any snow.
Given that the 2012 Land Rover LR4 is the most utilitarian member of Land Rover's North American lineup, it comes with only one standard wheel style for each trim. However, if none of the standard wheels are up to your expectations, you do have two optional 20-inch wheels from which to choose.
One of the most recent entries into the competitive aftermarket wheel market comes from Overfinch, a British tuner noted for its bespoke Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles. Designed and engineered specifically for the Range Rover Evoque, the all-new 20" Evoque Olympus alloy wheels can be specified in Gloss Black, Titanium (silver), or Anthracite (grey).
The current Range Rover will enjoy its 10th anniversary in 2012 and Land Rover is giving the model a handful of special editions for the UK market. Come 2013, the Range Rover will enter its fourth generation, so Land Rover is definitely sending out the current generation on a high note. The three special editions include the TDV8 Westminster, the TDV8 Autobiography, and the Supercharged Autobiography.
I have developed a keen interest in keeping the oil level right where it should be on all of my cars. Unfortunately on our LR3 it was something of a challenge to check the oil at night due to the lack of a light. Rather than fumble around with a flashlight, I stopped by the local hardware store and picked up a Sylvania DOT-it self-adhesive tap light.