Land Rover, makers of iconic off-road vehicles like the Defender, is setting out to expand its lineup to 16 models by 2020.
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First debuting at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, the fourth-generation 2013 Land Rover Range Rover made a good impression as a car we were eager to drive, on- and off-road.
This September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Land Rover will be introducing two new variants of the Range Rover Sport, a diesel-electric hybrid model, and one powered by a diesel V-8 engine.