CELEBRATING THE BENCHMARK FOR LUXURY AND CAPABILITY
The first 4x4 designed to be as good on the road as it was off it, Range Rover continues to set the gold standard to this day. Equally at home on Place du Casino, Monaco, as it is in the Sahara Desert, we celebrate the pioneering achievements of our ultimate luxury SUV.
Range Rover has conquered continents.
In 1972 Range Rover became the first vehicle to complete an 18,000-mile Trans-America expedition staged by the British Army which included the perilous crossing of the Darien Gap in South America.
Range Rover’s Darien Gap success was followed in 1974 by the completion of an epic 7,500-mile trek across the Sahara Desert in just 100 days.
A modified Range Rover wins the 4x4 class in the London-Sydney Marathon, a gruelling 18,750-mile event and the longest ever speed-based car rally.
Range Rover proudly claimed victory in the first ever Paris-Dakar Rally in 1979, shortly followed by another win in 1981. By 1985, the diesel-powered Range Rover ‘Bullet’ breaks 27 speed records in a single year.
This 9,950-mile endurance expedition saw three Range Rover Hybrids follow the ancient silk route from the UK to India.
Four things you never knew about our pioneering SUV.
Experience our latest evolutions of first-class Land Rover travel.
Range Rover Fifty is elevated with unique Satin Auric Atlas detailing and personal touches, such as the handcrafted ‘Fifty’ script on the Commissioning Plaque, together with the text ‘1 of 1970’ – a reminder of this model’s strictly limited run.