Land Rover May Build a Vehicle That is Smaller Than the New LR2/ Freelander

Land Rover may produce a new smaller vehicle in order to reduce its fleet average carbon-dioxide emissions. In order to improve their “green rating” Land Rover CEO Geoff Polites told the Financial Times that the automaker is working on improving their current drivetrains by reducing their weight and upgrading their engine management systems.

In addition Land Rover could produce a smaller vehicle if there is a demand for it.

Full Story: Motor Authority

Related Stories:

New Chrysler Owners may Also be Interested in Land Rover and Jaguar

Error thrown

Failed opening required '/www/thetorquereportcom_179/public/wp-content/plugins/td-composer/legacy/Newsmag/' (include_path='.:/usr/share/php')