Land Rover unveiled at the New York Auto Show the 2009 LR3, a SUV that revolutionized the mid-priced SUV category with its impressive technology and sophistication, unstoppable off-road strengths and poised on-road performance.
For 2009 the LR3 will be offered in only one model and two optional trim levels (HSE and HSE LUX). Minor refinements include a new wheel option, body color and interior enhancements.
Check the new features added to the LR3 after the jump.
Land Rover has joined forces with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) by donating a Land Rover LR3 that has been built to be fully autonomous so it can take part in the forthcoming 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.
The sky’s no longer the limit for Land Rover North America today as an LR3 has accomplished something no vehicle has ever done before. In the second installment of the ’Designed for the Extraordinary’ marketing campaign which kicked off earlier this year, a 2006 LR3 is filmed boarding a 75,562 lb. C-130 Hercules cargo plane. Once airborne the Hercules crew used the LR3’s navigation system to direct the plane from Nice, France to the island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea. At a height of (...) More
Land Rover LR3 broadens its line-up in 2006 with the addition of a V6 engine, giving consumers a greater level of trim choices for the award winning SUV. Additionally, the highly popular third row seating option is now standard on all HSE models. Since its introduction last year, LR3’s powerful on-road performance, unparalleled off-road standards, and state-of-the-art technologies have set a new industry standard. Already, LR3 has become the most decorated SUV of 2005, capturing more than 20 U.S. awards.