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    • By Drew Dowdell
      Land Rover is rumored to be working on a new entry level model believed to be codenamed L860. This new model would draw heavily on the new Defender for design inspiration for both the interior and exterior. It would be placed on a cheaper and more modern version of the platform under the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport. Four cylinder engines are expected as well as a 1.5-liter 3-cylinder turbo that would be connected to a mild-hybrid system.
      Feature content for the new vehicle would be, as expected, lower than the Defender given its entry level status.  As of now, the rumor is that the new model could be named Land Rover 80 and have a starting price around $33,000. 
      On the opposite end of the pay scale, Land Rover is also looking at a Land Rover Defender Sport model that would appear at least 4 years from now. This version could get an all-electric powertrain and much more luxury.  It would be the flagship of the Defender lineup.
       

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    • By Drew Dowdell
      Land Rover is rumored to be working on a new entry level model believed to be codenamed L860. This new model would draw heavily on the new Defender for design inspiration for both the interior and exterior. It would be placed on a cheaper and more modern version of the platform under the Range Rover Evoque and Land Rover Discovery Sport. Four cylinder engines are expected as well as a 1.5-liter 3-cylinder turbo that would be connected to a mild-hybrid system.
      Feature content for the new vehicle would be, as expected, lower than the Defender given its entry level status.  As of now, the rumor is that the new model could be named Land Rover 80 and have a starting price around $33,000. 
      On the opposite end of the pay scale, Land Rover is also looking at a Land Rover Defender Sport model that would appear at least 4 years from now. This version could get an all-electric powertrain and much more luxury.  It would be the flagship of the Defender lineup.
       
    • By Drew Dowdell
      (MAHWAH, NJ) – Oct. 1, 2019 – Jaguar Land Rover today reported September 2019 U.S. sales. Jaguar Land Rover total September U.S. sales reached 9,490 units, a five percent increase from September 2018, led by higher sales of all-new Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport and Jaguar F-PACE. For the calendar year, Jaguar Land Rover achieved 89,071 units, an increase of three percent vs. 86,309 in 2018.
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      For the month of September, Jaguar sales were 2,002 units, two percent lower than a year ago. The Jaguar F-PACE continued to lead the brand’s sales performance with 1,021 units sold, up thirteen percent from September 2018. The Jaguar E-PACE and XE sold 319 and 218 units respectively.
      Land Rover
      For the month of September, the Land Rover brand sold 7,488 units, an increase of seven percent from 6,966 units in September 2018. The new Range Rover Evoque is up 69 percent with 1,069 units sold. The Range Rover Sport continues to be the brand’s sales leader with 2,288 units sold, an increase of 22 percent vs. 1,878 units in September 2018.
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    • Maybe they are planning a full size Bronco on the F150 platform..that would be cool...have 3 sizes of Bronco.  Or this is a special edition of the F150 they are developing....Raptor Xtreme Megazord or something... 
    • Yes, but why would they be testing on an F150 platform? The bodywork on the front end doesn't look hacked up and narrowed for a smaller platform.  "The gut answer here is "some sort of Bronco," but considering that this mule's wheels are pushed out to the edges of its Raptor bodywork, that theory still leaves us scratching our heads. Whatever this is, it's significantly larger than any Bronco mule or prototype we've seen (or been led to expect)."
    • They already have a Ranger Raptor outside the US, so it would seem a Bronco Raptor would be a natural since the Bronco uses the Ranger underpinnings.
    • This is really interesting because what i read about that made a Bronco Raptor almost impossible off of what's seen in those spy shots because, the wheels are pushed all the way out on a Raptor which is already considerably wider than a regular F150...which is considerably wider than a Ranger so it just doesn't add up to being able to fit over a Ranger platform. Those toggle switches above and between the driver/passenger are look awesome. 
    • Seems NTSB has found Tesla AT FAULT for the death in 2018 of a Tesla X owner who was playing games while the autopilot was engaged.  With little oversight and a complete disregard for safety warnings / safe guards, Tesla is at fault for the death of the man. The chairman points to how the rest of the auto industry had incorporated safety features, but Tesla ignored them. It has been 881 days since NTSB told Tesla to incorporate safety measures into their Autopilot system and they have still ignored the NTSB. https://www.autoblog.com/2020/02/25/tesla-autopilot-walter-huang-crash-ntsb-hearing/
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