Great Britain's ultimate off-road brand, Land Rover makes off-road-capable SUVs that are sold as luxury vehicles in the US. Land Rover's car complement is Jaguar, to which it has been tied since 2002. A 4x4 pioneer in many ways, Land Rover was the first to simplify adapting an SUV for various conditions with the Terrain Response System, which has since been copied by competitors. Rather than requiring a driver to know how to set a transfer case, differentials and suspension levels, a Terrain Response knob depicts different scenarios pictographically, allowing the driver to choose modes such as mud-and-ruts, snow or rocks to match the terrain. Land Rover has been selling vehicles in Europe since 1948 and in the US since 1986. After six years under ownership by BMW and eight by Ford, Jaguar Land Rover was purchased by India's Tata motors in 2008.
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