Video: this Lambo-doored V8 Range Rover started a revolution
Journey with us into the heart of Jaguar Land Rover Classic to revisit an orange star from 2004: the Range Stormer Concept
In 2004 Land Rover did something it’d never done in its 56-year history: a concept car. It was called the Range Rover Stormer – a Lambo-doored Range Rover coupe with the supercharged 4.2-litre V8 usually found in Jaguar’s XJR and XKR, a wild interior, 22-inch wheels and technology such as ‘terrain response’.
Not only was it an outstanding show car, it kickstarted a revolution of sporty SUVs. How’s it stood up over the last 20 years, and crucially, what's its legacy?
We sent Top Gear magazine’s Jason Barlow to JLR’s Classic bunker to speak to head of design Andy Wheel to find out.
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