Land Rover's New Defender Octa is Bonkers in Almost Every Way Possible

What’s a competent off-roader if you can’t also do 0-60 mph in less than four seconds? That’s the approach Land Rover is taking with the new Defender Octa, which offers tremendous power and performance driving modes that make it an over-the-top special edition.

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Land Rover Fettles Defender for 2025

JLR is tending to its tremendously square Defender this upcoming model year, gifting it the likes of new seating options and an updated four-wheel drive system.

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Used Car of the Day: 2012 Land Rover LR4

Usually when we feature a Land Rover in this space, it's a classic Defender. There's a good reason for that, they're cool. Today, we're going with a more-mainstream Land Rover offering -- a 2012 Land Rover LR4.

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Used Car of the Day: 1991 Land Rover Defender 90

Today we have a lovely right-hand drive 1991 Land Rover Defender 90.

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Land Rover to Introduce Twin-Turbo V8 Defender

If you like yer British off-road weapon served with a size of boost, you’re in luck. Land Rover announced this morning they are stuffing a twin-turbo V8 up the nose of its blocky Defender.

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Used Car of the Day: 1997 Land Rover Defender 110

I've said it before, but I have a weak spot for 1990s Land Rover Defenders.

So this one has me considering lottery tickets. It's a pricey 1997 Land Rover Defender 110.

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Is Jaguar Inches Away from Death's Door?

Rumors of Jaguar’s death may be greatly exaggerated, or are they? Recent posts on social media claim to feature a letter from a Jaguar dealer that tells an owner of the brand’s demise. While we don’t tend to fall for shaky internet rumors, there’s enough smoke around Jaguar to warrant a closer look for fire.

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Used Car of the Day: 1988 Land Rover 110 300TDi

Only about 10 to 20 percent of the time do I want to actually buy what we post in this feature. I don't post vehicles I like -- I post stuff that I think you guys will find interesting (and yes, that includes half-dead vehicles in need of serious restoration). That said, this 1988 Land Rover 110 300TDi makes me feel things.

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Used Car of the Day: Land Rover 109 Pickup

Do you like rare old trucks? I like rare old trucks. This Land Rover 109 of indeterminate year and mileage is definitely a rare old truck.

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Used Car of the Day: 2004 Land Rover Discovery

We send you into the weekend with a weird one today. It's a 2004 Land Rover Discovery with a brand-new engine.

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Used Car of the Day: 1986 Land Rover 110

Today, we give you a beast to gawk at. This 1986 Land Rover 110 is right-hand drive, has been converted to run a 200tdi engine, has just 27,500 kilometers on the clock, and has a manual transmission.

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Used Car of the Day: 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 County Estate

This one is a weird one. It's a right-hand-drive, U.K.-spec 1990 Land Rover Defender 110 County Estate -- and the seller wants $90K.

You can get a nice, modern Defender for less.

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Range Rover Sport SV is the Most Powerful Rangey Ever Built

Horsepower and SUVs can be a wicked combination when done right; witness any number of hi-po German and, increasingly, Italian machinery which somehow successfully combine high centres of gravity and outlandish acceleration numbers.

The new Range Rover Sport SV takes the concept and cranks its wick to 626 horsepower, meaning this Rangey is capable of hitting 60 mph from rest in just 3.6 seconds.

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Off With His Head: Heritage Customs Shows an Open-Top Defender

It’s an open secret that most of us here are fans of the new Defender. Comfortable, capable, and shod with boxy good looks, the off-roader checks many boxes on our list – except one: Wrangler- or Bronco-style open-air wheeling.

A custom shop in The Netherlands has changed that with a new creation called the Valiance.

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Opinion: Subbrands Are A Marketing Failure

Automakers seem to love the idea of subbrands.

The most recent one to make this sort of shift -- Land Rover.

What I can't figure out is: Why?

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