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Land Rover Supports Red Cross Disaster Projects Worldwide
Using capability for a cause, Land Rover is helping the Red Cross to reach thousands of people in the remote region of Chiapas, Mexico, preparing communities living under threat of natural disaster. Find out more: https://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/land-rover/
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Date Published: 31 October 2018
All Videos: 67 videos on 4 pages
Using capability for a cause, Land Rover is helping the Red Cross to reach thousands of people in the remote region of Chiapas, Mexico, preparing communities living under threat of natural disaster. Find out more: https://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/land-rover/

First medals of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 awarded by HRH Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge on Cockatoo Island, Sydney, ahead of tonight's Invictus Games opening ceremony

Ahead of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, Presenting Partner Jaguar Land Rover invited wounded, injured and sick warriors to experience a self-driving Range Rover Sport on some of the UK's most complicated roads. Team UK Captain Mark 'Dot' Perkins and Italian team member Simone Careddu joined former competitors Jamie Weller and JJ Chalmers to ride in the level 4 autonomous SUV on public roads in Milton Keynes.

Jaguar Land Rover Invictus Games 2018 Selection Event.

Jaguar Land Rover has fitted 'virtual eyes' to intelligent pods to understand how humans will trust self-driving vehicles, as research studies suggest that as many as 63% of pedestrians worry about how safe it will be to cross the road in the future.

Land Rover has embarked on an unexpected expedition to preserve the precious African rhinoceros and its habitat by joining an urban rhino trail across London. A gleaming Land Rover rhino model, embellished by Land Rover's Chief Design Officer Gerry McGovern, made its debut in central London in the latest collaboration of a 15-year relationship with Tusk. The unique 1.2m-long rhino sculpture was towed into Trafalgar Square in support of the Tusk Rhino Trail, to aid conservation projects for the endangered species. The initiative involves 21 sculptures donated and decorated by leading figures from the worlds of art and design installed at prominent locations across the capital.

Land Rover has further strengthened its commitment to international rugby with a world-first sponsorship agreement. The Rugby World Cup 2019™ Worldwide Partner is now a major sponsor of the Wheelchair Rugby World Championships too – the first time a backer has supported both tournaments. The new deal began at the 2018 GIO IWRF Wheelchair Rugby World Championships in Australia, where Japan beat the hosts in the gold medal match at the Olympic Park in Sydney.

The atrium seating at the London museum has been re-upholstered with 18 original materials used in Land Rovers from 1948 to 2018 for the Material Innovation installation. They include the original fabric from the first Land Rover (1948), the cloth designed with Sir Paul Smith for his special edition Land Rover Defender (2015) and an innovative, sustainable textile developed by Kvadrat for the Range Rover Velar (2017) as a premium alternative to leather.

Land Rover has addressed the needs of a remote Scottish island in a move that could save lives. As part of its 70th anniversary year of activity, Land Rover sent a team of expert Experience drivers and volunteers to Mull in a fleet of Land Rovers to deliver unique three-word address plaques from what3words to 2,000 properties on the island, many of which are in isolated areas. What3words is a British technology company that has divided the globe into a grid of 57 trillion 3m x 3m squares, each with a unique, easy-to-remember three-word address searchable via an app that even works offline.

Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers - volunteer in Milan.

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Land Rover Celebrates International Red Cross Week With Film Championing Volunteers.

Land Rover celebrates its 70th Birthday. IV Michael Bishop, production specialist.

Land Rover celebrates its 70th Birthday. IV Roger Crathorne, “Mr Land Rover”, 50 years of service at Land Rover.

Land Rover celebrates its 70th Birthday. IV Fearghal O’Nuallain, explorer & teacher.

Land Rover celebrates its 70th Birthday. IV Andy Jaye TV personality and TV host.

Giant 250m wide Defender outline drawn in the snow at 2,700m in the French Alps to mark Land Rover's 70th anniversary. Snow artist Simon Beck, who specialises in creating geometric outlines on foot, braved sub-zero temperatures to start the celebrations by creating the Defender outline 2,700m up at La Plagne in the French Alps. To produce the high-altitude Defender, Beck walked 20,894 steps and 16.5km (10.2 miles) through the French Alps. He said: "Making my snow art requires endurance, accuracy and strength – all attributes shared with the Defender. Its iconic shape is so simple and recognised across the world; this must be the most recognisable piece of art I've ever made."

Gemma Wharton, Automated Vehicle Research Engineer talks about UK Autodrive connected and self-driving trials at Jaguar Land Rover Milton Keynes.