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Range Rover LWB Vogue SE Celebrates 6-Millionth Land Rover Model

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 4/21/2015 Kelly Pleskot

Land Rover was born 67 years ago, and since then, exactly 6 million of its vehicles have rolled off the line. That 6 millionth vehicle was a special Yulong White Range Rover LWB Vogue SE that debuted at the Shanghai auto show.

It may look like a regular Range Rover, but one special feature sets it apart from the pack. One-off puddle lamps are created by taking an illuminated graphic the width of a grain of rice and projecting it through a magnifying glass to display the Land Rover logo and "6,000,000" label. This replaces the Range Rover silhouette that is projected by the standard Rangie's puddle lamps.

Land Rover Range Rover 6000000Th Vehicle Puddle Lamp Projection© Provided by MotorTrend Land Rover Range Rover 6000000Th Vehicle Puddle Lamp Projection The model will be sold in China after its debut at the Shanghai show and a number of other events in China. It was built at Land Rover's Solihull facility in England, where the company has been building SUVs since 1948. Overseas, the Range Rover is offered with gas, diesel, and hybrid powertrains.

Land Rover's strongest sales surge happened after the turn of the century. After 53 years of business, the company finally hit the 3 millionth vehicle mark in 2001. Its 4 millionth vehicle came just a few years later in 2007.

Source: Jaguar Land Rover


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