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New Range Rover and Range Rover Sport Plug-in Hybrids | Why Oslo shines as a beacon of electric mobility | Uncovering Mia Suki’s unbridled passion | How Project Hero is optimising crisis response for the Austrian Red Cross | A stunning Norwegian drive in the Range Rover Velar

N A V I G A T O R DESIGN

N A V I G A T O R DESIGN MUSEUM PARTNERSHIP 05 DESIGN In the early 1970s, the original Range Rover was put on display at the Louvre Museum in Paris, an example of “exemplary industrial design”. To this day, this artistic discipline remains central to the genetic make-up of the motor vehicle. A new partnership announced this year between London’s Design Museum and Jaguar Land Rover - and the first ever with an automotive manufacturer - not only highlights the integral importance of design but seeks to explain how it achieves its goals. In March, the Range Rover Velar – a car designed, engineered and manufactured in the UK – was premiered at the museum, the first time a vehicle has been exhibited in this thought-provoking venue in the middle of central London. The unveiling was the first of a series of collaborations, exhibitions and events being planned by the two partners over the coming three years. The innovative partnership also reveals the way in which designers and their work have been able to captivate society. “This relationship speaks volumes about our passion for design as it is central to everything we do,” says Gerry McGovern, Chief Design Officer at Land Rover.“Design must always have equality with engineering integrity. Bringing a vehicle from concept to production is a truly multi-disciplined activity, and design is the glue that pulls it all together.” FIND OUT MORE Delve into the world of design excellence at designmuseum.org 06 TECHNOLOGY POWERING INNOVATION This isn't Mars. This is one of the UK's largest solar arrays located on the roof of Jaguar Land Rover’s advanced Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton. Equipped with more than 22,600 photovoltaic panels, with a peak of 6.3MW, it is estimated that the solar array could generate up to 30% of the Engine Manufacturing Centre's energy requirements. This is the equivalent to the energy powering over 1,600 homes. The photovoltaic panels will avoid over 2,400 tonnes of CO 2 that would have been generated via grid electricity. Jaguar Land Rover has recently announced to buy all its UK electricity from renewable sources up to March 2020. “Our future is lowcarbon, clean and efficient,” says Jaguar Land Rover’s Head of Purchasing and HR, Ian Harnett. 16

LAND ROVER SERVICING BECAUSE YOU GO FAR WE GO FURTHER Whenever your Land Rover comes in for servicing, we go out of our way to make the experience as stress-free as possible. No one knows your vehicle quite like Land Rover; you’ll find expert technicians, Genuine Parts and even complimentary refreshments are all part of the service. To book your service, go to landrover.com

 

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Onelife - April 2018

 

Land Rover’s Onelife magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go Above and Beyond

This special issue of Onelife marks Land Rover’s 70th anniversary – a celebration of unparalleled achievement and pioneering innovation. We bring you the incredible story of how we reunited an original 1948 car with its former owners, as well as looking back at Land Rover vehicles’ most intrepid expeditions around the globe.
Chief Design Officer Gerry McGovern gives an insight into his diverse range of inspirations, and we head to China for a behind-the-scenes look at the Dragon Challenge, one of the most daring feats ever accomplished
in a Land Rover.

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