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Old 7th June 2013, 20:32   #16
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Default Re: Report & Drive : Land Roverís 65th Anniversary Celebrations

WoW. What a brilliant way to celebrate the anniversary. Totally concentrated on line up & brand heritage, no unnecessary drama & rock shows. Thanks for sharing.

BTW, while watching the video I observed that the info system lcd on your LR was showing real time info of all wheels movement, including tilt, turns & articulation.
Also, The best thing was the auto locking differentials. It seemed that the central as well as front & rear differentials were locking depending on the terrain needs.

OR am I missing some buttons being pressed?

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OR am I missing some buttons being pressed?

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Glad that you noticed it. No its all automatic and terrain response thingie doing its job. No manual interventions were being provided apart from accelerator, brakes and steering
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Old 5th July 2013, 12:38   #18
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Default Re: Report & Drive : Land Roverís 65th Anniversary Celebrations

In the meanwhile an LWB version of the RR is in the works;

Report & Drive : Land Roverís 65th Anniversary Celebrations-2015rangeroverlwb23.jpg

The LWB adds around 150mm (5.9 inches) to the regular Range Rover & pushing the overall length to over 5.15 meters

Source: http://www.carscoops.com/2013/07/spi...y-to-give.html
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Old 4th August 2013, 00:41   #19
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Today I was watching the movie The Queen. I was rather stunned by a scene, where Queen Elizabeth II is offroading in the Land Rover and breaks the prop shaft while crossing the river. I had to post it here.



She is a professionally trained mechanic too.


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