Rover wants people to think of the new 75 as nothing less than a junior Bentley. From the chrome encrusted highlights and decoration, prominent trad-shaped grille and sloping tapered rear, this car couldn't be anything but bold British. But this is Britishness as perceived and defined by the Germans, for Rover is now a part of BMW AG and the 75 the first all-new car created under Teutonic ownership. Establishing the 75's role won't be easy. Rover admits it's an in-between model. If Audi ...

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