Explore to the G4; Land Rover Have Launched Two Special Editions of Their Discovery and Defender Models to Provide the Ultimate Off-Road Experience, Says BILL CAVEN

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Explore to the G4; Land Rover Have Launched Two Special Editions of Their Discovery and Defender Models to Provide the Ultimate Off-Road Experience, Says BILL CAVEN


Byline: BILL CAVEN

Roadtest: Land Rover G4 Editions

THEIR tenacious ability allows them to leave no stone unturned in their thirst for adventure.

No terrain is untouchable and no hill is unmanageable for these undisputed Kings of the Outdoors.

Land Rover have always prided themselves on producing vehicles that were not governed by any boundaries.

As if to prove their point, the legendary off-roaders organised a special event to demonstrate their prowess in the wild.

The Land Rover G4 Challenge is definitely not for the faint-hearted. This event was dubbed the ultimate global adventure as it spanned four different time zones during four weeks of extreme sports and driving competitions.

Sixteen competitors took part from around the world. The victor drove home a brand new Range Rover that more than compensated for his blood, sweat and tears.

To celebrate the competition, Land Rover is now producing two special models called the G4 Editions. Both the expedition- ready editions of the Discovery and Defender go on sale next week.

They boast a selection of specialist expedition equipment and convenience features.

Specification highlights include A-frame front protection bars and front and rear lamp guards.

The powerful off-roaders will come with two instantly recognisable colour schemes called Borrego Yellow and Tangiers Orange. …

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