New Zealand rider Tim Price and Ringwood Sky Boy are in fifth place after dressage at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials in England. But they have already won one event: the Worshipful Company of Farriers' Best Shod Horse Award. Photo...Show More Summary
As the Porsches and Land Rovers begin rolling west and the last of the summer rosés summer are poured, people are reflecting on the tensions surfacing between local residents of the Hamptons... To view the full story, click the title link.
Sales of Jaguar, the British brand acquired in 2008 from Ford by Tata, along with Land Rover, have been lagging this year.
Ashley and Khail get excited about the possibility of slow-melting ice cream, discuss a non-profit company offering VR experiences for special needs kids and show off Land Rover's new "Transparent Trailer" prototype.
Jaguar's sales were up six percent last year, but that isn't enough for the British brand. You see, that accounted for only 81,570 total sales worldwide, while corporate partner Land Rover moved 381,108 vehicles. Given that disparity, Jaguar needs to do something to jumpstart sales. Part of the plan is to release the new compact 2016 XE sedan next...
Land Rover is out to make towing easier, safer, and more secure with an array of new technologies fitted to a Range Rover demonstrator. Continue reading Land Rover showcases smart trailer tech Land Rover showcases smart trailer tech originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 02 Sep 2015 17:33:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Land Rover is developing a special rear view mirror that makes that pesky trailer invisible. Well, sort of. The post Land Rover Has a Cloaking Device for Your Horse Trailer appeared first on WIRED.
As with its transparent hood, Land Rover used cameras on its Range Rover and prototype trailer to make the latter appear see-through and eliminate blind spots. The trailer also has sensors and a camera inside to monitor cargo.
Last year, Land Rover unveiled its Discovery Vision concept with its Transparent Bonnet, which used cameras and virtual technology to make the front of the car appear "transparent" to the driver. It was a clever idea for eliminatingShow More Summary
Towing a trailer can be stressful for a host of reasons. But with its new "Transparent Trailer" technology, Land Rover looks to remove visibility concerns from the equation. Previously, corporate cousin Jaguar demonstrated similar electronic wizardry on the XJ's A-pillar, via its 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen. And the Discovery Vision Concept's...
Cameras help Transparent Trailer tech eliminate blind spots when towing, while a Cargo Sense app allows contents to be monitored via smartphone app.
Driving with a trailer in tow leaves with you a gigantic blind spot directly behind your vehicle. So to make it easier to keep an eye on traffic following you, Land Rover has come up with a way to make trailers appear to be transparent using strategically placed cameras. Read more...
Land Rover announces its entry into the boutique performance world. Brian Cooley drives the 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR and checks the tech.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed1pfNpVAQw Land Rover has unveiled a new trailer monitoring system, dubbed ‘Transparent Trailer’ and ‘Cargo Sense’, designed to make hauling a load both safer and easier. Revealed today as a prototype...Show More Summary
Furious that a car dealership refused to compensate him after his brand new Land Rover spontaneously combusted, this luxury car owner decided to take matters into his own hands the only way he knew how. [ more › ]
In addition to that sweet diesel Land Rover, this week we’re driving the 2016 Jaguar XF all over Spanish mountain roads and on-track at the Circuito de Navarra. We’ll get to know it in diesel, standard V6, and 380 horsepower AWD “S” variations. What do you want to know? What should I be looking for? Read more...
Ranger Rover Sport SVR goes down a new road. Should you buy an EV, a hybrid or neither? And new tech to remember kids left in cars.
The Zulu² is the most - and, arguably, the only - track-capable Defender ever built.
NASA, JPL-Caltech, MSSS // Little Planet: Andrew Bodrov In the three years since Curiosity landed on Mars, NASA has released a lot of excellent selfies of the rover—but this one might be the best of all. On day 1065 of its mission, Curiosity used its Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) to snap a panorama from Mount Sharp. Show More Summary