SANTA BARBARA, CA – Performance, not architecture, will be Land Rover’s signature, the auto maker says while launching the most ambitious product introduction schedule in its history. Just because the brand’s lineup includes two vehicles with monocoque technology, don’t expect coming products to automatically follow suit, says Jon Williams, Land Rover North America’s vice president-marketing. "You’ll see a mixture of monococque and body-on-frame," Williams says. Adds Paul ...
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