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Australians Crowned Land Rover 4x4 In Schools World Champions
Teams from Australia took first and second place in the Land Rover 4x4 In Schools Global Education Challenge, an innovative initiative that has helped the company reach more than three million young people since 1999. The winning 'Wombat Warriors' team from Strathpine Queensland, impressed the judges with the best overall performance and verbal presentation awards and achieved an excellent driving challenge.
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Date Published: 12 July 2016
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Teams from Australia took first and second place in the Land Rover 4x4 In Schools Global Education Challenge, an innovative initiative that has helped the company reach more than three million young people since 1999. The winning 'Wombat Warriors' team from Strathpine Queensland, impressed the judges with the best overall performance and verbal presentation awards and achieved an excellent driving challenge.

Two minutes is not long, but it's enough time for Land Rover to celebrate a motoring icon. The Range Rover has pioneered design, refinement and engineering innovation since 1970 and Land Rover has showcased the evolution of its luxury SUV through four generations with a unique animation lasting only 120 seconds.

Land Rover has reached new heights in its new vehicle technology testing. World-renowned British adventurer and well-known Land Rover owner Bear Grylls took to the skies to put the New Discovery's Intelligent Seat Fold technology to the ultimate test. The system allows Discovery owners to configure their vehicle seating through the InControl Remote Premium app on their smartphone from anywhere in the world - even in mid-air.

Around the world testing of the new Land Rover Discovery.

Speeds of 155kph, 75 per cent gradients and a 2,170metre descent, the Range Rover Sport has conquered it all on an Alpine ski course that has been the downfall of many skiers. The Range Rover Sport is the ultimate luxury performance SUV and the first-ever production vehicle to attempt the fearsome ski run. Piloted by renowned race and stunt driver Ben Collins, the all-terrain super-SUV tackled the treacherous terrain on the 14.9km downhill route at Mürren in Switzerland, completing it in 21min 36sec.

Camouflage kids: unique wrap designed for New Discovery by the children of Land Rover's designers and engineers.

Land Rover and BORN are pleased to announce the winners of the Land Rover BORN Awards 2017.

Nine winners were honoured at a ceremony in Ålesund, Norway, chosen from an initial pool of more than 5,925 entrants spanning multiple creative industries across the BORN market network:

  • Bruno Moinard of 4BI & Associés (Architecture Design Prize)
  • Vanessa Stofenmacher of Vrai & Oro (Sustainability Prize)
  • Artist Terry Rodgers and Marc Larminaux of Lalique (Bespoke Design Prize)
  • Bodo Sperlein of Bodo (Home Design Prize)
  • Marco Biancullo, Fabio de Silva, Carlo Borromeo and Filippo Sgalbazzi of Borromeo & De Silva (Leisure Design Prize)
  • Davide Jais of Coast Society (Lifestyle Fashion Prize)
  • Fabien Nauroy of Native Union (Design Objects Prize)
  • Anders Bringdal and Alain Thébault of SeaBubbles (Technology and Innovation Prize)
  • Professor Jacques Proust of Nescens (Wellbeing Prize)

Jaguar Land Rover will today demonstrate prototype autonomous technology called Autonomous Urban Drive that can enable a vehicle to operate autonomously through a city, obeying traffic lights as well as negotiating T-junctions and roundabouts. This research technology, called Autonomous Urban Drive, is designed and developed in the UK. It is a step closer to achieving 'level four' autonomy in Jaguar Land Rover's future vehicles within the next decade.

Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works is an all-new facility in the British Midlands dedicated to offering a range of products and services designed to fuel the passion of owners and enthusiasts for classic Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles.
At 14,000m2 Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works is the largest facility of its type in the world, with a dedicated showroom space and 54 workshop bays for servicing and restoring all Jaguar and Land Rover models out of production for a decade or more.

Norman Dewis, OBE, Chief test driver and development engineer for Jaguar Cars from 1952 to 1985 and Andy Wallace, Jaguar Land Rover Classic new test driver share some memories.

Land Rover has combined technology from the new Discovery with unique personalisation to help Sir Ben Ainslie win the America's Cup.
Engineers have created a one-off steering wheel with gear-shift paddles shaped to fit Sir Ben's hands – giving the Olympic legend perfect fingertip control in his pursuit of the America's Cup, the world's oldest sporting trophy.

Anthony Joshua MBE takes delivery of bespoke Range Rover ahead of his heavyweight world title bout versus Wladimir Klitschko on 29 April.