Increasing fuel economy is a priority for automakers everywhere -- even Land Rover, a company specializing in supremely capable and comfortable SUVs.
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In North America, Land Rover is known for chauffeuring soccer moms to and from the local organic supermarket and then to a nail appointment.
Surging growth and no plans of slowing down mean Jaguar Land Rover may be poised to go public.
Land Rover has announced prices for both the 2013 Range Rover Evoque--which starts at $41,995 for the five-door model and $44,995 for the coupe--and the LR4, which will set you back at least $49,950.