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Jaguar Land Rover uses technology to tackle potholes

By - June 11, 2015 1 Picture

Jaguar Land Rover claims that potholes cause £2.8 billion (US$4.3 billion) worth of damage every year in Britain alone. Often lurking unseen until it's too late, they can puncture or shred tires, damage wheels and suspensions, and break axles. Now the company is developing the Pothole Alert system, which can not only identify the location and severity of potholes, broken drains, raised manholes, and similar hazards, but can warn other vehicles about them as well.

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Range Rover set to debut two Evoque limited editions

By - February 21, 2014 17 Pictures
It’s been a week of previews for this year’s Geneva Motor Show and Land Rover has added another to the list by announcing that the Range Rover Evoque Autobiography and Autobiography Dynamic will make their debut next month. The smallest of the Ranger Rover line, the four-seater Evoque limited editions will include some tweaked styling and a power boost, with the the Autobiography Dynamic billed as the most performance-focused Evoque ever produced. Read More
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Overfinch introduces GTS-X and Range Rover Evoque 2012 GTS

By - August 14, 2012 10 Pictures
UK-based Range Rover tuner Overfinch has revealed a pair of Range Rovers that add some distinctive styling and performance over stock models. The halo of the two new models is the Overfinch Sport GTS-X, which Overfinch describes as the most powerful, high performance Range Rover Sport in its stable. To reach that claim, Overfinch has remapped the ECU on the supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 and upgraded induction, boosting output to 575 hp and top speed to 145 mph (233 km/h). And just in case the message isn't getting through, the company has also added the grumble of a driver-controlled valve release exhaust system. Read More
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Evoque will be the smallest Range Rover ever built

By - September 30, 2010 23 Pictures
At the Detroit Motor Show in January of 2008, Land Rover displayed a concept vehicle called the LRX. Labeled by the company as a "cross-coupé,” it was a sign that Land Rover was interested in moving into the world of smaller, fuel-efficient, Rav 4-like vehicles. Flash forward to the 2010 Paris Motor Show and the LRX is no longer merely a concept – it has now been unveiled as a production vehicle, which will be sold as the Range Rover Evoque. It is the smallest, lightest, most fuel-efficient Range Rover ever built. Read More
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