Hybrid LRX Land Rover – Matches Any Eco Tastes

October 28, 2012 at 12:14

About the dynamic capabilities of a new hybrid LRX Land Rover there can be legends told. The company tried really hard to develop a car that would respond to any type of the weather conditions and to the road so that to turn it to the benefit of the driver. The technologies used in the creation of the special dynamics of the car were kept in secret, as this great British brand is believed to have developed some special techniques, that are not yet known to the car market and it is now testing them on the cars it produces. There will be no surprise if we will find some interesting features of these dynamics in the cars of the Jaguar brand as well. So the dynamics of the hybrid LRX Land Rover were developed to maintain silence in the cabin, but the developers did not forget to mention that a hundred kilometers throw provided a fully charged battery, so in a mixed mode of movement engine consumes just 4.7 liters of diesel fuel. Emissions can match any eco appetite: per kilometer on average engine emits 120 grams of carbon dioxide.

Photo of the concept Hybrid LRX Land Rover

Photo of the concept Hybrid LRX Land Rover


The Magnificent Appearance of Land Rover LRX Concept

October 24, 2012 at 00:17

Land Rover showed an interesting concept, which is a SUV by the way, and is called LRX in January at the Detroit Auto Show last year. Today we want to do a little review of this concept and tell some interesting details to our readers. In addition we have learned an interesting story behind this concept, but about it in the further articles. So the release of Land Rover LRX was a sort of a hint to the public, which would say that the company is concerned with creating compact crossover, which will be able to compete with the Audi Q3 and BMW X1. But, as it turned out, a British concept was not enough, and they not thinking for too long riveted a new version of the crossover, but this time a hybrid one.

Photo of Land Rover LRX Concept

Photo of Land Rover LRX Concept