Land Rover’s all-new Range Rover has claimed the first accolade since its inception.
The vehicle has been ranked top of the Sunday Times Driving Top 100 Car in the 4×4 section and with this honour, officials hope it will be the first of many and carries on the company’s strong tradition of producing award-winning vehicles.
The Range Rover was recently officially unveiled at the Paris Motor Show and has gone from strength to strength in a relatively short space of time with judges being impressed with its acclaimed line-up of both diesel and petrol engines.
Jurors were also in full praise of the car’s energy conscious performance as it only emits 196g/km of CO2.
“Since its launch in 1970 it has set the standard all others have tried – and usually failed – to reach. It is the only car in the world in which you would feel equally comfortable driving across the Sahara, going shooting or giving it to the doorman at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco,” the judges added.
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