SCOOP by Autocar UK ! 16 new Land Rovers revealed

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Land Rover has embarked on a massive new model blitz that could more than double its annual sales by 2020. It is almost certainly the biggest investment that the UK car industry has ever seen. Land Rover’s future model line-up will fully cover the three main areas of the booming global SUV market — luxury, leisure and utility.

According to Land Rover’s design director Gerry McGovern, the brand is set to expand all three of its model families. The plans include additional models for the Range Rover line-up, a new Defender family and a radical expansion of the Freelander range that will create four new ‘leisure’ SUVs during the next seven years.

Land Rover sources refuse to estimate the potential size of the car-maker once the seven-year plan has been introduced. However, market data suggests the global SUV market will reach 22 million units by 2020. If, by radically expanding its line-up, Land Rover captured around three per cent of that market, it would be close to producing 600,000 vehicles annually.

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New line up looks tempting.

Hope Tata Motors get some benefit from all the new JLR Tech as well.

I can't see a single bit from tata house in JLR! Well it's good to see that Mr.Tata is giving them enough space, but then he isn't proving that he is the boss! Tata group owns JLR for nearly 4 years & till date they didn't created any vehicle in JV with Tata or even an JLR vehicle marketed with Tata badge!

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Being the maker of world's best SUV's Land rover needs to experiment widely on design part. The designs shown above clearly indicates the change over from usual contemporary styling among SUV's.

And to the start Range rover Evoque has set fire among SUV enthusiast's. Having a sporty design and fabulous features it's proven.

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