Land Rover

Land Rover Click and Go

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This has been around since the Land Rover Discovery announcement but I hadn’t had a chance to really check it out.  Then it was mentioned in the new Range Rover Brochure.  Seems like a really great idea and somewhat universal solution.  You buy the base and then add the attachments you need.

Land Rover Click and Go

Click and Go – Base $41.26
The Click and Go range is a multi-purpose seat–back system for second row passengers. The versatile Click and Go Base fixes between the headrest mountings and further attachments can be added to hold tablets, at multiple angles, bags and shirts or jackets. Each attachment is sold separately. The base can be easily removed when not in use.

Attachments:

Click and Hang – $98.56
This removable coat hanger allows shirts or jackets to be kept crease free whilst transporting.
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Click and Hook – $57.30

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Click and Play – iPad® 2 – 4 – $192.54
Click and Play – iPad® Air- $192.54
Click and Play – iPad® Mini- $192.54
Click and Play – Samsung 10.1"- $192.54

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Click and Work $132.00

This folding table offers the rear passengers a practical surface from which to work. It also has a cupholder and is height and angle adjustable for in-cabin comfort.

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Land Rover has revealed the Discovery SVX – the ultimate Discovery for off-road enthusiasts seeking epic adventures

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NEW DISCOVERY SVX: LAND ROVER REVEALS ALL-TERRAIN CHAMPION AT FRANKFURT IAA

· New Discovery SVX revealed at Frankfurt Motor Show is a production preview of the ultimate all-terrain Land Rover Discovery, with a 525PS 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol powertrain

· Most extreme Land Rover yet, with go-anywhere capability – increased ground clearance, body and suspension lifts, more wheel articulation and large all-terrain tyres

· Specially tuned Terrain Response 2 system and Active Roll Control are firsts for new Discovery

· Discovery SVX will be the first Land Rover assembled by hand at the SVO Technical Centre when production begins in 2018

· Prospective customers and Land Rover enthusiasts are invited to register their interest in new Discovery SVX at www.landrover.com

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Frankfurt, Germany, 12 September 2017 – Land Rover has revealed the Discovery SVX – the ultimate Discovery for off-road enthusiasts seeking epic adventures.

Discovery SVX, launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show, adds extreme all-terrain capability to the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) product triangle. SVX will sit alongside the acclaimed Range Rover Sport SVR and Range Rover SVAutobiography, which are hallmarks for outstanding on-road performance and supreme luxury respectively.

Discovery SVX will be the first Land Rover hand-assembled by expert craftsmen at the SVO Technical Centre in the UK when production begins in 2018.

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Recently issued Land Rover patent shows LEDs in the grill

Recently issued patent (D794517) shows a grill with vertical LED light strips, further it can illuminate one horizontal line at a time.

Have we seen this yet?

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Hey Land Rover, is it OWNER’S, OWNERS’ or OWNERS?

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Can someone please grammatically advise – is it:

OWNER’S MANUAL?

OWNERS’ MANUAL?

OWNERS HANDBOOK?

While checking out the awesome new Land Rover iGuide app, I noticed that Land Rover writes it three different ways…  Image above shows it from new app, Land Rover website that features the app (but oddly doesn’t link to it) and the Land Rover official manuals website.

Land Rover iGuide, great interactive and informative owners manual for the new Discovery

Got tweeted about it this morning(Thank you Peter!) and checked it out immediately.  While just for the All-New Discovery now, it will be great to see how it expands across the "Range". 

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/land-rover-iguide/id1183433754?mt=8

Really informational and functional, using both the standard text/images and augmented reality to help advise.  Great use of FAQs too.

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But as with most Land Rover stuff, little proofing/inconsistency when it comes to the text.  And they must not care because they rarely fix it.  The capitalization is all over the place when abbreviating their own features.  When they pull the content directly from the online manual it’s fine, when it’s used elsewhere it’s not.

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