Land Rover May Be Making A Car
September 29th, 2017
Porsche started out making sports cars and gradually made its way into the SUV and crossover market. They may not be the only ones switching gears. If rumors are true, Jalopnik reports Land Rover is doing the same thing, except backwards.
Land Rover reportedly has plans to develop a car. The working name for the project is ‘Road Rover’ and was originally a name the company considered back when the Rover brand of cars existed. The first production vehicle will be an all-electric model aimed primarily at markets such as California and China. If Land Rover goes through with this, the car is slated to be introduced at the 2019 LA Auto Show and be in production by 2020 at around $100,000. At the end of the day, it may just be another high-priced luxury vehicle that comes and goes. Would you be interested in it?
This weekend check out this 1932 Ford Three Window Coupe. Builder Brad Starks of Brad Starks Rod & Custom joins Katie to talk about this project that sat in a barn for 40 years. Owner Oscar Gamble bought it and then Brad and his team went to work on a whole host of body mods. It’s motivated by a 515 horsepower LS-3 with an 8-stack injection. Check it out on PowerNation starting at 9am on Spike.