Land Rover Peaks a Quarter of a Century in U.S. Market

May 31, 2012 at 12:19

It is true that for Land Rover this year is a special one. This great manufacturer of luxury performance cars has a big anniversary – quarter of a century in American market. To celebrate this great event it decided to choose the most exclusive automotive event of the year – the 2012 New York Auto Show.

Land Rover at 2012 NY Auto Show Photo

Land Rover at 2012 NY Auto Show Photo

The Land Rover company is now successfully marking its 25th year presence in the States, and therefore was busting out quite a few of some Land Rover historical models for the NY Auto Show display. The models included exclusive 1987 Range Rover car, alongside with the 1993 Land Rover 110 model, also the 1995 Range Rover Classic vehicle and the great 1994 Camel Trophy Discovery of Land Rover, not counting the others. These great bruisers weren’t just simply parked under some exposition center lights, for the great occasion Land Rover set up the special and unique off-road course on the site in order to demonstrate all of the vehicles’ features and capabilities.

Land Rover Discovery Camel on the 2012 NY Auto SHhw Image

Land Rover Discovery Camel on the 2012 NY Auto SHhw Image

Since the official debut of Land Rover in Americans in 1987 the company has bought over 575,000 units of the luxury and upwardly mobile special sport utilities. And the Land Rover is mostly credited with the exclusive inciting of the luxury SUV vehicles with the plush Range Rover line.

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