By the 1980s, Land Rover had more than 50 years of experience building 4x4s capable of any work put in front of them. But the market was changing. Buyers were looking for that same manoeuvrability but with a touch more comfort. You know, for fox-hunting and polo matches and meetings of shadowy societies in abandoned castles on the moor. And that’s exactly what Land Rover gave them.
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