Motoring: Land Rover gets up to speed with electric range
Some form of electrification will become available on all of the brand’s 2021 models, showing the SUV stalwart has no intention of being left behind
A raft of motor taxation measures announced in Budget 2021 will make many of the most popular SUVs more costly to purchase and tax. It remains to be seen just how much these changes will affect the public perception of such vehicles, but it could add to the growing debate over their environmental and social impact.
It‘s not great news for Land Rover, but the company has some positive developments of its own that may help...
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