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Official pictures of the Land Rover concept car

By Yoann Besnard on 14 December 2007 | (2) Comments | Permalink

Land Rover has released the official pictures of the LRX concept car which will be showed at Detroit. It's a styling exercise that previews the future baby Land.

If the concept car is close the production model, the small Land Rover model will still be as big as a Ford Focus. At 4350 mm long and 1550 mm high, it's 150 mm shorter and 190 mm lower than the Freelander 2 on which the LRX is based. Thanks to the Freelander 2 platform, it should offer decent on-road abilities without guarantying good mud-manners. Indeed, while the Freelander 2 has a ground clearance of 210 mm, the LRX is 80 mm lower despite sitting on 20” wheels.

The exterior styling is easily distinguishable from the masses thanks to the front fascia that sports the corporate DNA. The LRX features two long doors which give access to an interior roomy enough to welcome four persons. Like all latest concept cars, it comes with a glass roof and one does expect to see a similar equipment on the production version.

Company sources say that the production model might arrive in 2009 if the executives give the green light in the coming weeks.






Posted by: youssef frangieh | Apr 14, 2008 6:29:57 PM

the most beautiful suv of land rover and we want in birthday 70 a car with high performace


Posted by: yasir | Dec 25, 2008 11:15:18 AM



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