There are few joys of receiving press releases. One of the benefits though are images. Sexy, flawless, professional shot images. We of course, like to pass that along to you. Recently, there have been writers abuzz with the new Land Rover LRX Concept. Autoblog, Jalopnik, and Inside Line as examples. Sure, we saw it and were duly impressed but didn’t think it worthy of sharing with our readers.
What this means to you: Those clever Brits did cause us second glance with the 2008 Geneva show preview though. The Land Rover LRX concept nicely dressed in black is quite a looker and we can only help that this will make it to production unscathed by the
Ford Tata administration.
A recap of press release highlights and more photos after the jump.
Also See: Land Rover LR2
- Land Rover shows two different versions of its LRX concept in Geneva – desirable, premium and compact 4x4s which extend the definition of ‘breadth of capability’
- Brand new, black and silver version of LRX designed to highlight the concept’s suitability for contemporary personalisation
- Conceived as capable of having a range of powertrains, including a 2.0-litre turbodiesel hybrid, with potential CO2 emissions of 120 g/km and fuel economy of 60 mpg (4.7 l/100 km)
- Demonstrates Land Rover’s commitment to sustainability – with new technologies, lightweight design and environmentally-responsible materials
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