I'm not really hoping, but I knew all that cladding was really doing a good job of hiding those lines. Now that I see them, I actually like it.Never liked the Hope strategy yet hoping you’re correct.
That's a different platform. The new Defender is getting built on the LR4 platform. But the styling for sure looks very Land Rover.Except for the stupid rear sloping roof line and the cargo door difference, those new images look very familiar.
Why would it need that? I can think of some uses if I really work at it and stretch practicality, but unless it's just something that came with the platform they're using, it seems a bit of an odd choice. It's not as if it doesn't have everything it needs to do it, but it's strange.a new system called launch control could be what your noticing.
Hilarious!!Who knows why rich people like all the latest coolest technology. It's like cruise control kind of. It controls everything, including throttle till like 15 or 20 mph. So if you had to go up a slight grade that was a sheet of ice, I think the truck would do it itself. No driver skill needed.
Well, we can't exactly pretend Land Rover hasn't lived on the razor's edge of potential and technology for a very long time. It wouldn't be a big deal if they'd manage to stop cutting themselves on it.We are long past that point. The barn door opened with the introduction of Hill Descent Control on the Freelander and the horses ran out from there.
Heh, what does it matter? I'm frequently hitting my head on the seat belt thing and B pillar, anyway, and I'm 5'7".That protrusion at the top of the B pillar is right where your head goes.
No rear seat leg room.
How about a functional arm rest on the front passenger door?