Land Rover has made big news in Paris, with a high-impact presentation that included the all-new Range Rover debut along with the revised 2013 Land Rover Freelander 2.
Land Rover's Paris Motor Show stand over the two press days featured the complete new Range Rover line-up, with both Vogue and Autobiography versions, and the full powertrain range.
This sees the 3.0 TDV6 diesel engine made available in Range Rover for the first time, alongside the 4.4 SDV8 diesel and the 5.0 LR-V8 Supercharged.
The display also made room for the rare, special edition Range Rover CSK heritage vehicle, a two-door model named in honour of Range Rover's first creator, Charles Spencer King.
Its presence alongside the latest Range Rover generation provided a strong visual reference point for the evolution of the model's distinctive design.
Since the introduction of the ground-breaking original Range Rover in 1970, successive models have remained true to its ethos as a luxury SUV, with each iteration taking refinement, performance and the application of advanced technologies to new heights.
As the all-new Range Rover moves into the spotlight, Land Rover can declare with confidence that it remains the world's finest luxury SUV.