Land Rover introduced the Range Rover nameplate in 1970 as a luxury alternative to its already popular Series I SUV. The first-generation model soldiered on unchanged for more than two decades before being replaced by a completely redesigned model. The third-generation arrived in 2002 and saw the Range Rover move further up-market, with even more luxury and more powerful engines at its disposal. 2012 brought the fourth-gen SUV onto the market and yet another significant leap forward with state-of-the-art technology and a lightweight platform. Praised for its sumptuous cabin and capable drivetrains, the new Range Rover received a long-wheelbase version for 2014, providing more room than any other SUV in its segment. As we venture into 2015, Land Rover is apparently ready to take things up a notch and dress the Range Rover LWB in an SVR suit and send it to the Nurburgring track.