Its life is a metaphor for its products. It has struggled through the impossible terrain of recessions, fuel crises, appalling reliability problems, the demise of the UK motor industry, an American buy-out and, recently, an Indian takeover to emerge on the other side, still the maker of the world's best 4x4. By far.
So noisy and uncomfortable it's in breach of UN torture legislation, but on the plus side it's more agile in the wild than a leopard. And it won't ever change its spots.
£35,802 - £50,230
Only slightly lighter than a centurion tank, the Disco remains the Yummy Mummy favourite. Bit of overkill, but we're partial to one.
£21,695 - £35,800
Compact SUV benchmark that's no longer styled like a bench. A real coming-of-age model, it sorts previous reliability issues and delivers the full urban cool experience.
£67,972 - £85,290
The best off-roader in the world wants to become the best luxury car in the world. It might well be.
£27,683 - £43,893
Think of it as a hairdresser's car at your peril: the new Evoque is one of the ballsiest cars in the world. You want one.
£47,052 - £73,342
commotion in the Range Rover world as the unruly cousin nobody mentions charges
into the party with his loud friends. Wear your tweed cap back to front.