This year's Land Rover Bursary winner is a team that will support Andy Campbell's efforts to "encourage our understanding of geography on our doorstep and to show that exploration is within everyone's reach, whatever their ability."
Land Rover is focusing its 25th anniversary celebration efforts on the upcoming 2012 New York International Auto Show, which is a fitting venue considering New York City is Land Rover's largest metropolitan market. The company will be featuring an "urban off-road adventure" course along with a VIP Celebration.
That's why Land Rover's Journey of Discovery team stopped near Salzburg, Austria, to brush up on their snow and ice driving techniques. With World Rally Championship competitor and Paris Dakar rally veteran Ernest Loidl at the wheel, the team reviewed speed control, steering, traction, emergency braking, and more.
A couple weeks ago, Land Rover released a quartet of studio shots featuring its new Range Rover Evoque Convertible concept. Today, we have a handful of more interesting photos to share, including one of the Evoque Convertible with its top up. Officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this week, Land Rover will use feedback from the event to determine the vehicle's fate.
In addition to the numerous launch events, Land Rover commissioned a 32 minute five-part film to help promote the 2012 Range Rover Evoque. The film was directed by Ali F. Mostafa and was designed to help launch the Evoque in the Middle East. Classified The Series will be your kind of thing if you like your long format commercials to have a flair for intrigue, a good amount of action, a few car chases, and a bit of humor.