50 years special Range Rover in Turkey!

50 years special Range Rover in Turkey!

9 March 2021 0 By administrator

Designed by Land Rover in 1970 to perform both on and off-road, Range Rover continues to be the setter of these standards today. Land Rover Range Rover stands out with its special color palette for its 50th anniversary. In addition to the body colors of Range Rover Fifty Edition, Santorini Black, Rosello Red, Aruba and Carpathian Gray; Only 150 Range Rover Fifty Edition vehicles are offered exclusively in Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold and Davos White colors. Limited edition Fifty Edition, exclusive to the 50th anniversary of the Range Rover, can be booked at onlinesatis.landrover.com.tr.
1970 units will be produced

Coming to the year when Range Rover was first launched, only 1970 of the Range Rover Fifty Edition will be produced all over the world exclusively for its 50th anniversary. In addition to the 24-Way Heated-Cooled, ‘Hot Stone’ Massage feature front and Executive Class Comfort rear seats, which increase the comfort in the interior, the 1700W Meridian ™ Signature Sound System is also offered as standard. Along with Pixel-Laser LED headlights, High Speed ​​Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Assist, Steering Assisted Adaptive Cruise Control and Lane Keeping Assist underline that the Range Rover Fifty Edition does not compromise on safety.

The Range Rover Fifty Edition stands out with personal touches such as the Commemorative Plaque bearing the inscription “1 of 1970”, with Satin Auric Atlas color details and hand-made “Fifty” inscription indicating that the model was produced in limited numbers.

The Model That Changed The History Of The SUV

Over the course of more than 50 years, Range Rover has achieved many firsts in the world. Range Rover, which was the first SUV to have a permanent all-wheel drive system when it was launched, was the first model to introduce the ABS brake system to the 4×4 world in 1989. In 1992, Range Rover, the world’s first four-wheel drive vehicle to offer electronic traction control (ETC) and automatic electronic air suspension features, made its mark on automotive history as the world’s first SUV made entirely of aluminum in 2012 with a lightweight infrastructure.

In 1972, the Range Rover became the first vehicle to complete the 29,000-kilometer Trans-American voyage conducted by the British army, including the dangerous Darien Gap crossing in South America. The success of the Range Rover’s Darien Gap was followed in 1974 by completing the 12,000 kilometer journey in the Sahara Desert in just 100 days. While the Range Rover triumphed in the first Paris-Dakar Rally in 1979, it was also the first vehicle to be displayed at the Louvre museum in Paris.