MARCH 16, 1987
In 1987, the first Range Rover vehicles arrived in the U.S. and quickly began exploring a whole new continent. After 30 years, they’ve not only changed people’s perception of what luxury vehicles are, but also where they’re capable of taking you, be it on-road or off.
In 1989, two years after the launch of Range Rover in the U.S., a handful of owners and journalists conquered the 1,128-mile Continental Divide in Range Rover vehicles.
While the legendary Camel Trophy was originally the domain of the Land Rover Defender, Range Rover vehicles successfully tackled it on no fewer than three separate occasions, including 1987 in a Range Rover TD.
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