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History of the Range Rover: in pictures

Motoring Research Logo By Gavin Braithwaite-Smith of Motoring Research Slide 1 of 48: Yes, this really is the 2018 Range Rover. Look closely and you’ll notice the changes: wider air vent blades within the bumper, a new grille, a longer clamshell bonnet and standard-fit LED headlights are the headline acts. <br><br> According to Land Rover chief design officer, Gerry McGovern, loyal customers demanded an evolutionary approach to the new model, hence the mildest of facelifts. Read on to discover more about the new Range Rover and its ancestry.

2018 Range Rover revealed

Yes, this really is the 2018 Range Rover. Look closely and you’ll notice the changes: wider air vent blades within the bumper, a new grille, a longer clamshell bonnet and standard-fit LED headlights are the headline acts.

According to Land Rover chief design officer, Gerry McGovern, loyal customers demanded an evolutionary approach to the new model, hence the mildest of facelifts. Read on to discover more about the new Range Rover and its ancestry.

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