RangeRover the next generation?

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if only the new RR could look even half as good and less like a bread van ( sport not included btw)Derek
(staying in, keeping warm ,not looking at ebay)
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Derek
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Sport looks like a P38 to me mate. The RR is a superb car, just a tad big!
Nige
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Nige
Yuck! equally the Sport - that's for the footballers.
What's wrong with the present RR? It is a beautiful vehicle. Now if you are talking about the design of the Disco it might be a different story.
Matt
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Matthew Maddock
Dunno you could be right I reckon the Sport looks very like a classic at least from a distance -very similar pillar lines and rear end but the deeper sides and back end of the bigun looks very ugly by comparison I get to see a lot when I go past a certain factory on my way to Heathrow maybe seeing them together on a transporter accentuates the difference?. Mind you I always compared the P38 unfavourably to the classic when two were sat together Landrover customers seemed to agree as the 'Velar' continued in production after the introduction of the P38 what a shame LR couldn't have adapted some of the design into the earlier car, the glass upper that improved tailgate build quality certainly when they did it was for the good the later leather seats were superior as was the soft dash compared to (my ) airfix dash where no two panels met for more than a few inches. These days I quite like the P:38 but wouldn't actually want one.
What are you going to do with the new motor Nige keep it as a pickup or put on a top Derek
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Derek
...and Nige spake unto the tribes of Usenet, saying...
I bought my first ever new car (a Mini from Appleyards in Leeds) and the salesman offered me a choice of colours. Being a humorous kind of chap, he said "choice of two colours, Sir - dogshit brown or banana." I went for the banana, understandably. Proper name Sandglow, and the Camel Trophy colour, although I didn't know that then.
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