It’s been mentioned in the press a little, and now has a blog site referring to it as well.
It’s certainly looking a lot more comfortable than previous utility Land Rovers.
Buyers will, of course, flock to the thing in droves. Land Rover heritage and decent comfort levels? Of course they will.
But the reaction from the enthusiast community will be rather less enthusiastic, I think. There’s already enough LR fans out there who think that pretty much anything built since about 1965 is too complex (synchromesh justs makes the gearbox more complex, there’s no real need for it). And this do doubt has the plethora of ECUs and gizmos that you need to see ANY new car these days. Let’s hope they’re somewhere waterproof.