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Land Rover Magazine Issue 40

  • Text
  • Wade
  • Global
  • Programme
  • Podcast
  • Vista
  • Yoonie
  • Dwayne
  • Dubai
  • Defender
  • Rover
In this issue, new Defender is put through its paces by two inspirational young adventurers as they prepare for an expedition to the South Pole. We also celebrate 50 years of Range Rover by taking a journey of discovery to Dubai. As well as looking back, we look to future as a group of visionaries explain the technologies that could change the future for all of us.

LAND ROVER MAGAZINE TEAM

LAND ROVER MAGAZINE TEAM Lotte Jeffs The award-winning feature writer, columnist and author of How to be a Gentlewoman: The art of soft power in hard times, lives in London with her wife and baby. Lotte learns how to fail from podcaster Elizabeth Day (p.52) Editor Conor McNicholas Managing Editor Sachin Rao Deputy Editor Marisa Cannon Art Director Jon Wiggins Picture Editor Rebecca Naylor CLASSIC LAND ROVERS WANTED FROM ONE ENTHUSIAST TO ANOTHER Arsalan Mohammad Based between London, Dubai and Berlin, Arsalan writes about the arts for the likes of Esquire, The Financial Times and Harper’s Bazaar, and produces a podcast where celebrities discuss their favourite David Bowie albums. Visiting Dubai in a Range Rover, Arsalan charts the city’s rise (p.56) “Watching my daughter grow up so she can help me to understand what it means to be a young person in today’s world. I’m hoping she’ll keep my finger on the pulse in terms of new music, technology and fashion!” Group Copy Editor Bryony Coleman Account Managers Adrianna Juraszek, Hannah McDonald Business & Strategy Director Ann Hartland Production Controller John Morecraft Production Director Vanessa Salter Consultant Director Kerry Smith Advertising Director Alisa Stamenkovic “Realising a long-held ambition to do a coast-to-coast US road trip along the old Route 66.” Cedar Communications CEO Clare Broadbent Global Business Development Director Christina da Silva We asked our CONTRIBUTORS “What are you most looking forward to over the next decade?” Global Chief Creative Officer Stuart Purcell Global Content Director Gina Roughan Global Innovation Director Rebekah Billingsley Commercial Director Justine Daly Finance Director Jane Moffett Compliance Director Karen Huxley For Land Rover Jimi Famurewa Restaurant critic for the London Evening Standard newspaper’s ES Magazine, Jimi also appears on BBC food programmes. Jimi tucks into the growing trend of insect eating (p.64) Direct Communications Manager Hannah Rintoul-Hoad Head of Editorial Victoria Kirby-Keyes Brand Communications Director Richard Agnew Classic Consignment is the only way to sell your classic Land Rover with complete confidence. Our trusted experts handle every aspect of the sale using their unique knowledge and understanding to find a new home for treasured vehicles quickly, efficiently, safely and securely. John Alexander An ex-Royal Navy diver, John now works as an adventure and portrait photographer. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. John accompanies two British adventurers to the Pyrenees in a new Defender (p.28) “Exploring the corners of the world with projects that capture the beauty of our planet and the diversity of its people.” “Seeing how various zero-carbon initiatives translate into joyful, innovative new ways to live. (Also a highly improbable 2029 UEFA Champions League triumph for Charlton Athletic.)” Land Rover Magazine is published twice a year by Cedar Communications Limited, 85 Strand, London WC2R 0DW on behalf of Land Rover, Abbey Road, Whitley, Coventry CV3 4LF. © 2020 Cedar Communications Limited Cedar believes in the highest standards in journalistic integrity. Editorial material and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the publisher or of Land Rover. The publisher and Land Rover do not accept responsibility for the advertising content. While every care is taken in compiling the contents of Land Rover Magazine, specifications, features and equipment shown in this magazine are subject to change and may vary by country. All necessary permissions were obtained for film and photography in restricted access areas. Information was correct at the time of going to print. For additional vehicle information, contact your authorised Land Rover retailer. Please drive responsibly on- and off-road. This magazine does not accept unsolicited manuscripts, photographs or illustrations. Material in this publication may not be reproduced in any form without permission. Our specialist insight and appreciation of the classic landscape enables us to swiftly agree a fixed valuation upfront, so customers can relax, confident they are receiving the best possible price for their vehicle with no additional or hidden charges. We share the same automotive passion as our customers and, as custodians of the past, our consignment service is operated for enthusiasts, by enthusiasts, to preserve the future of these cherished machines. Whether your classic Land Rover is rare, collectible or simply an exceptional example of a past model, our team of specialists will ensure both you and your vehicle will be cared for to the highest standards. Find out more at jaguarlandroverclassic.com/consignment 6 t) +44 (0)203 601 1255 e) classic@jaguarlandrover.com. Address: Classic Works, Imperial Road, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, CVS 3LF

 

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Land Rover Magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go Above and Beyond.

In this issue, New Defender is put through its paces by two inspirational young adventurers as they prepare for an expedition to the South Pole. We also celebrate 50 years of Range Rover by taking a journey of discovery to Dubai. As well as looking back, we look to future as a group of visionaries explain the technologies that could change the future for all of us.

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