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Who’s Where: Phil Simmons jumps over to Great Wall

Who’s Where: Phil Simmons jumps over to Great Wall

Ex-Ford and Land Rover man goes to head up Haval studios

04 September 2018
First Sight: Land Rover Discovery (2017)

First Sight: Land Rover Discovery (2017)

Land Rover's controversial new SUV has split opinion (if not a tailgate). Its designers explain

06 October 2016
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Paris 2016: Land Rover Discovery looks forward not back

Paris 2016: Land Rover Discovery looks forward not back

The Discovery has been redefined, like it or not...

29 September 2016
Plagiarism: Land Rover's struggles in China

Plagiarism: Land Rover's struggles in China

UK firm continues legal action despite setbacks

20 July 2016
The Designers Pt 11: Gerry McGovern, Land Rover

The Designers Pt 11: Gerry McGovern, Land Rover

“When I started out all I wanted to do was draw cars, but you get more respect from the business if you understand the bigger picture”

31 May 2016
Quick Q&A: Gerry McGovern on the Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Quick Q&A: Gerry McGovern on the Range Rover Evoque Convertible

We catch up Land Rover design head to discuss his latest car at the LA auto show

24 November 2015
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Getting the wheels in the right place by Peter Stevens

Getting the wheels in the right place by Peter Stevens

How to get a car's basic proportions right, and how they can change between concept and production

02 November 2015
Does the Discovery Sport do enough?

Does the Discovery Sport do enough?

Land Rover’s latest effort was high on the list of cars we wanted to see, to check out for ourselves the design direction that’s seen as great enough to...

03 October 2014
 The Range Rover loses a little regality

The Range Rover loses a little regality

The new, 4th generation Range Rover unveiled in Paris is quite exceptional in many regards. We know it will perform peerlessly and it has to work in new...

27 September 2012
Comment: Is ‘different by design’ dead?

Comment: Is ‘different by design’ dead?

We live in a world of micro-niches

27 September 2012