Jaguar Land Rover will feature its full product line up at the Pebble Beach Automotive Weekend. A highlight of the weekend will be the North American debut of the Jaguar Project 7 concept car. Debuting at the prestigious concept lawn, the all-aluminum bodied roadster, based on the 2014 Jaguar F-Type and featuring a Jaguar D-Type inspired fairing and a single-seat cockpit, has been highly praised since its debut last month at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Land Rover will feature, for the first time at Pebble Beach, the fully redesigned Range Rover line up which features the 2013 Range Rover Evoque, the fourth generation Range Rover and the all-new Range Rover Sport. Pebble Beach attendees will be the first to test drive the newly redesigned Range Rover Sport which recently debuted at the New York Auto Show. The fastest, most-agile, and responsive Land Rover vehicle ever, the new Range Rover Sport delivers the brand’s best-ever on-road dynamics together with genuine Land Rover all-terrain capability. The all-new Range Rover Sport vehicle’s aluminum architecture achieves a weight savings of more than 800lbs and features a more assertive and muscular exterior, more luxurious interior and the flexibility provided by the option of occasional third row seating.
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