Owning a classic car is now a little easier, particularly if your chosen model wears a Land Rover badge.
The British carmaker estimates that around 70 percent of all the vehicles it has built since 1948 are still on the road - a statistic it appears keen to maintain.
Enter the Land Rover Heritage Division, which has been created to specifically cater to the needs of Land Rover owners with vehicles that have been out of production for over ten years.
Owners will be able to access genuine parts through the initiative made using the original tooling, with parts to include body and trim pieces along with “extended service” items.
Land Rover says more parts will slowly be added to the inventory following the initial launch, and all will be backed by a warranty.
Models covered for now include the Range Rover Classic, P38 and the Discovery 1 and 2 models, along with Series I, II and III variants.
The carmaker is even thinking ahead to future ‘classics’, announcing a commitment to continue supplying parts for the iconic - and not long for this world - Defender model for at least the next 15 years.
From there, Defender owners will continue to be serviced by the Heritage Division.
Beyond keeping their vehicles on the road, owners will also be invited to participate in Heritage Driving Experiences and other activities.
The Heritage Division will be officially launched at Techno Classica in Essen, Germany, and forms part of the greater Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations.
JLR’s Special Operations has already launched the Jaguar Heritage Division.
On show in Essen will be a Range Rover Classic (pictured, top of page), wearing selected bits from the new Heritage parts catalogue.
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