Known for luxurious off-road prowess, UK-based Land Rover is currently owned, with sibling Jaguar, by Tata Motors of India. Popular with both pavement drivers and dirt warriors, Land Rover is the quintessential rig for exploring the unknown.
The retro colors are so freaking good.
Land Rover plans to build 1,970 of them, a nod to the original Range Rover's birth year, and there are some amazing heritage colors to pick from.
That's right, the gnarliest Land Rover we've seen since the last Defender is finally here.
Now on its third generation, the Discovery proves it's a worthy contender for those who want to get off the beaten path in luxury.
The luxury SUVs can travel up to 41 miles on electricity alone.
There's a decent chunk of electric range on tap and stellar fuel economy, too, thanks to a three-cylinder engine.
A fleet of Defenders meant for the press have been lent to the emergency services and the Red Cross.
Which is better off-road, the Defender or the Wrangler? We take a look at some numbers.