Top of The Range Rover


The new Range Rover is full of gadgetry

Few cars have as much riding on them as the new, British-made Range Rover. As Land Rover's top-line model, the Range Rover has epitomized posh sports-utility vehicles since its 1970 debut, years before Lexus and BMW knew what SUVS were. And a lot is expected of a car that took five years and $1.4 billion to develop. But it looks as if the Range Rover — with a base price of $61,000 — can handle the pressure. Advance orders in Britain have hit 1,790, and production has been boosted 17% to 700 units a week even before its March 15 launch....

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