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|28th June 2008, 14:23||#16|
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The next LR3/ Disco will then in all all likelyhood platform share with the next Defender and will slot more upmarket into Range Rover territory leaving Range Rover/ RR Sport free to move into the $200,000 price range where it can then use advanced technology to reduce Co2.
The new Freelander range/ LRX will then aim to bring Halewood upto capacity by making 210,000 units a year. In other words Land Rover will be exhausting most of the capacity available to it at Halewood and Solihull.
Land Rover seems to be a well managed company, these plans take them to another level in my view.
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