The Land Rover is undoubtedly one of the most famous symbols made in England on 4 wheels and is therefore a milestone in the history of the SUVs. He was born just after the war - the first prototypes were built in 1947 - to perform both civil and military tasks, and inspired, albeit more indirectly, in the Jeep of the United States. This vehicle is distinguished by 4 x 4 wheel drive and a robust, reliable structure, leaving the Land Rover can handle the most difficult and stressful routes. The chassis in aluminum makes the carriage lighter, but at the same time also more resistant to corrosion, and provides a long service life. In 1971, when the Series III was introduced, there were already more than 1 million copies produced and built for both civil and military purposes. Available both in the standard version of 88 inches as the version Long wheelbase of 109 inches.
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