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Not just one of the best new vehicles to be seen in this year, the Land Rover Velar is also one of the best to drive.
Land Rover's big luxury SUV icon is at its best with this Td6 diesel engine under the hood.
The 2016 Range Rover Sport Td6 makes for an extraordinarily comfortable and capable SUV, while its diesel engine achieves much better fuel economy than its gasoline-equivalent, but don't expect the most modern electronics or performance driving.
The 2020 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque is a sleek, small crossover with massive improvements to its interior and chassis tuning.
Except for the Meridian audio system, cabin tech in the 2014 Range Rover Sport remains run-of-the-mill, but this SUV's on- and off-road capabilities are truly extraordinary.
The Land Rover Discovery is a fine choice for both on- and off-road shenanigans, but be prepared for infotainment frustrations.
The 2017 Land Rover Discovery is just as capable on a trail as the model it replaces, but it's now more refined and efficient on the boulevard. However, cabin tech that lags far behind the competition keeps it from receiving our highest recommendation.
The 2014 Land Rover LR4 updates its decidedly old-school appeal with new tech and an excellent V-6 engine, but awkward fuel saver tech doesn't deliver and disappoints.
Absurd appellation aside, more power and luxury only enhance this SUV's status as one of the most covetable in the world.
A comprehensive infotainment overhaul and an almost-here plug-in hybrid model add intrigue and capability to Land Rover's venerable luxury SUV.
Because who doesn't want a 518-hp off-road vehicle?
The NextEV Nio eP9 is an all-electric hypercar which has just smashed records on the infamous Nurburgring circuit.
Few may like the Evoque Convertible's looks, but it's the only compact SUV suitable for upscale urban events and off-pavement adventures.
The smallest Range Rover ever has a 380W Meridian sound system, voice recognition and DVD playback. Four-wheel drive is standard, for the moment.
The smallest Range Rover ever will be the first to offer the option of front-wheel drive, as well as an 825-Watt 17-speaker sound system, automated parallel parking and dual-view entertainment system.