Jim Ratcliffe, INEOS

Most of us have thought about designing our own off-roader, especially if our favorite wheeler has been discontinued. One man, a fan of the departed Land Rover Defender, is setting out to do just that.

The Land Rover Defender isn't built anymore, but that doesn't mean you can't live your off-road dreams with one.

The Land Rover Defender might be out of production, but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t live your off-road dreams with one.


Land Rover has unveiled an even more hardcore Discovery SVX model that makes the SUV even more capable off-road.


Off roading is not usually about luxury, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it all. Land Rover and Mercedes-Benz certainly think that off roaders can be posh, and our latest poll seeks to find out which one you like best. 



Namibia and Utah, two places separated by a distance of fifteen thousand kilometers, got a little bit closer when Land Rover announced two unique travel experiences for people wanting to test the new Discovery. 

– Today, Jaguar Land Rover announced that owners of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles with InControl Wi-Fi will have access to a prepaid unlimited data plan for $20 per month1 enabled by AT&T. The prepaid unlimited data plan, which is available across the U.S.2, makes it easier and more affordable for Jaguar and Land Rover vehicle owners using the brand’s InControl platform to stay connected while on-the-go3.

Although more details are said to be announced on March 1, today Land Rover is giving us a first look today at a new model called the Range Rover Velar. The name of this new SUV, which the company says will sit between the Evoque and the Sport, actually comes from original Range Rover prototypes from 1969, as the original model was unveiled a year later in 1970.