At the 2012 New York Auto Show, Land Rover will celebrate the 25th year of the brand in the United States.
The celebration will include an urban off-road adventure and a VIP Celebration with heritage Land Rovers on display at the off-road course. The models will include the 1987 Range Rover, 1993 Land Rover 110, 1995 Range Rover Classic, 1995 Camel Trophy Discovery and a 1997 Defender soft top.
United States just so happens to be Land Rover’s Range Rover SUVs largest market in the world and New York City just happens to be the largest metro market for the model.
More than 575,000 Land Rover vehicles have been sold in North America since 1987.
The first Range Rover had a U.S. price of $30,850 and today the cheapest Range Rover starts at $43,995 for the Evoque.
– By: Omar Rana