RR Evoque Is Now A Little More Chic

Quite like the Discovery Sport, this baby Range Rover has also received the brand new Ingenium diesel motor. It is in the same state of tune and makes an equally potent 174bhp and 430Nm of torque. The Evoque also dispenses power to all four-wheels using a 9-speed automatic transmission. However, the more compact dimensions of … [Read more…]

The Real Benefits Of The Brand New Range Rover Velar

The defining sound of this year’s most-wanted luxury car, the new Range Rover Velar, isn’t generated by its multi-cylinder diesel engine, some clever active exhaust or even its 17-speaker audio system. It’s the rhythmic sequence of gentle whirrs and puffs made by the car’s pillowy, beautifully upholstered ‘massager’ driver’s seat as it sets about discreetly … [Read more…]

Range Rover Velar Proves Resolute & Luxury

We’ve just finished lunching on locally caught fried whitefish, reindeer stew with mashed potatoes, and freshly picked strawberries with cream at a little cafe with a stunning 270-degree view of the fjords below. The whole setup is, as the kids say these days, “Norwegian AF.” In the winter, this joint serves as a warming hut … [Read more…]

A Sneak Peek At The Two Range Rovers Set For 2018

Land Rover is finalising the technical set-up of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) versions of its Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models, which are due to hit the road early next year. The petrol-electric models will combine power from Jaguar Land Rover’s 2.0-litre Ingenium engine with an electric drive module (EDM). The petrol engine is predicted … [Read more…]

Rover P6B 3500S


In the mid 1960s, when Rover discovered that Buick had developed a compact V8 which proved unsuitable for their own, US Interstate-cruising sized saloons, they bought it. The small-block, aluminium 3.5 litre engine generated some 50% more power than Rover’s existing staple.

Rover 75 – 1999


Although the Rover 75 was intended to be an updated version of the Rover 600, BMW’s takeover changed all that. The German company — following its promise to treat the Rover marque as the embodiment of traditional British automobile engineering —promptly decreed that the planned 75 would be an entirely new luxury saloon car. By … [Read more…]

Rover SD1 – 1976


The Rover SD1 of 1976 inspired either ecstasy or apoplexy. As a member of the new British Leyland group, Rover now had major in-house competitors like Triumph and Jaguar, with whom it expected to share parts and develop discrete elements of the company’s extended range. It also had a brand-new factory of its own to … [Read more…]

Rover 2000 – 1963

Rover 2000 - 1963

The P6 would be the last of Rover’s P6 classification model lines but –even after it was finally discontinued –not many people knew that, because the three P6 models were invariably known by the engine size-2000, 2200 or 3500.The Rover 2000 replaced the P4 in 1963 and was an entirely new design.

Rover P5B – 1967

Rover P5B - 1967

The Rover P5 appeared in 1958, replacing the much-loved but elderly P4 (then a tired 25-year-old). The P5 was a larger car that took the Rover line up market, appealing as it did to senior businessmen and civil servants. It was also a very good car, soon becoming established as one of Britain’s best-selling luxury … [Read more…]

Rover P4 75 ‘Cyclops’ – 1949

Rover P4 75 ‘Cyclops’ - 1949

The maker of the Victorian Rover Safety bicycle started producing motor cars at the dawn of the 20th century and became one of the most famous — and enduring — names in the pantheon of British motor manufacturers. Rover moved up market in the 1930s, and maintained its appeal to middle-class motorists after World War … [Read more…]