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|1||Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 4x4||133 g/km|
|2||Land Rover Freelander 4x4||158 g/km|
|3||Land Rover Range Rover 4x4||196 g/km|
|4||Land Rover Discovery 4x4||230 g/km|
|1||Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 4x4||56.3 mpg|
|2||Land Rover Freelander 4x4||47.1 mpg|
|3||Land Rover Range Rover 4x4||37.7 mpg|
|4||Land Rover Discovery 4x4||32.5 mpg|
|1||Land Rover Range Rover 4x4||7.4 secs|
|2||Land Rover Discovery 4x4||8.7 secs|
|3||Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 4x4||10.6 secs|
|4||Land Rover Freelander 4x4||11.7 secs|
|1||Land Rover Range Rover 4x4||130 mph|
|2||Land Rover Freelander 4x4||112 mph|
|3||Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 4x4||112 mph|
Land Rover is synonymous with the creation of four-wheel drive vehicles that boast robust design features that can power through rough terrains and rocky landscapes.
First launched in 1948, the original model was built to be tough, reliable and practical. The ability to withstand the pressures of the elements was written into the design specification by creator Maurice Wilkes when the first model was revealed by the Rover Company in 1948. He was inspired by the Jeeps that had been produced across the Atlantic for use by the army during the Second World War.
The first Land Rovers were refined and improved during the 1950s and 1960s after which they came to be used by organisations like the Royal Geographical Society and Biosphere Expeditions. Shortly after this Rover became a part of Leyland Motors.
In the 1970s the Range Rover model was produced providing consumers with a vehicle that had the same capabilities as an original Land Rover together with the comfort of an on-road car. By 1976 the one-millionth Land Rover left the production line, signalling the success of the four-wheel drive vehicle amongst a mix of ordinary consumers and expert groups.
The launch of the Land Rover 90, the Discovery and the Freelander soon followed; each came with a host of specialist integrated design features that boosted the experience of both drivers and passengers.
Ford bought out the Rover Group for £1.8 million at the turn of the millennium and five years later the Range Rover Sport was released. Today Tata Motors owns the Land Rover operations and current models include the Defender, Freelander 2, Discovery 4 and the Range Rover Evoque amongst others - every vehicle still follows the same principles of longevity, reliability and hardiness.