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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 has addressed the needs of a remote Scottish island in a move that could save lives. As part of its 70th anniversary year of activity, Land Rover sent a team of expert Experience drivers and volunteers to Mull in a fleet of Land Rovers to deliver unique three-word address plaques from what3words to 2,000 properties on the island, many of which are in isolated areas. What3words is a British technology company that has divided the globe into a grid of 57 trillion 3m x 3m squares, each with a unique, easy-to-remember three-word address searchable via an app that even works offline.

Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers - volunteer in Milan.

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Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers - volunteering changes lives.

Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers - Milan volunteer.

Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers.

Giant 250m wide Defender outline drawn in the snow at 2,700m in the French Alps to mark Land Rover's 70th anniversary. Snow artist Simon Beck, who specialises in creating geometric outlines on foot, braved sub-zero temperatures to start the celebrations by creating the Defender outline 2,700m up at La Plagne in the French Alps. To produce the high-altitude Defender, Beck walked 20,894 steps and 16.5km (10.2 miles) through the French Alps. He said: "Making my snow art requires endurance, accuracy and strength – all attributes shared with the Defender. Its iconic shape is so simple and recognised across the world; this must be the most recognisable piece of art I've ever made."

Gemma Wharton, Automated Vehicle Research Engineer talks about UK Autodrive connected and self-driving trials at Jaguar Land Rover Milton Keynes.

Gemma Wharton, Automated Vehicle Research Engineer talks about UK Autodrive connected and self-driving trials at Jaguar Land Rover Milton Keynes.

An SUV is not meant to outperform a supercar, but that's exactly what happened when the new Range Rover Sport SVR took on a fearsome mountain road in China. Land Rover's performance SUV, driven by Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Ho-Pin Tung, has smashed the record for negotiating the 99 corners of the famous Tianmen Road.

An SUV is not meant to outperform a supercar, but that's exactly what happened when the new Range Rover Sport SVR took on a fearsome mountain road in China. Land Rover's performance SUV, driven by Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Ho-Pin Tung, has smashed the record for negotiating the 99 corners of the famous Tianmen Road.

4X4 of the Year 2018 Lnd Rover Discovery SD4, teaser.

Land Rover will mark its 70th anniversary with a series of events and celebrations in 2018, beginning with the restoration of the vehicle that started it all – one of the three pre-production Land Rovers shown at the 1948 Amsterdam Motor Show launch. This gave the world its first glimpse of the shape that would become instantly recognisable as a Land Rover.

For years the whereabouts of this launch Land Rover was a mystery. The demonstration vehicle from the Amsterdam show was last on the road in the 1960s, after which it spent 20 years in a Welsh field before being bought as a restoration project; it then lay languishing unfinished in a garden. Following its surprise discovery just a few miles outside of Solihull, UK – where the car was first built – the experts at Jaguar Land Rover Classic spent months researching in company archives to unravel its ownership history and confirm its provenance.