Land Rover Parts Blog
A new top-of-the-range Range Rover model will hit the road early next year, with a stack of new tech and luxury features.
Land Rover Defender has been a symbol of British automotive engineering for several decades. Known for its ruggedness and versatility, the Defender has garnered a loyal following among off-road enthusiasts and adventure seekers. In recent years, however, questions have been raised about the reliability of this iconic vehicle, with some citing recurring issues and costly repairs.
In this guide, we'll be exploring the power, performance, and speed enhancements that can be achieved through upgrading the intercooler for a Defender TD5. We'll examine the advantages of upgrading your existing setup and the steps you can take to maximise results. Additionally, we'll briefly mention factors such as removal of the EGR valve and the inclusion of Silicone hoses and a Turbo Boost Box for improved performance.
Today, we’ll be unboxing and examining the quality and characteristics of various raised air intakes and snorkels for Land Rover Defenders. We'll be going in-depth on what makes a great raised air intake and snorkel, ranging from the budget heavy-duty metal snorkel to the Mantec version, weighing their pros and cons to help you make the best decision for your vehicle.
New four-cylinder petrol plug-in hybrid engines are the highlight of the revamped range of Range Rover Velar models, and they have been picking up plaudits from motoring journalists.
So what’s the fuss all about?
Lockdown might have put the kibosh on many a travel plan - but there’s a silver lining in every cloud, and in this case it’s meant plenty of LRParts customers have unexpectedly had more time to spend on their beloved Land Rover vehicles.
While the Defender couldn’t quite manage to strike a blow for the bigger beasts in the motoring world by winning the prestigious 2021 Car of the Year crown, as voted by motoring journalists, it earned some major consolation in the shape of a resounding thumbs-up from one member of the judging panel.
The partnership between JLR and a group of industry specialists aims to show that state-of-the-art, modern lightweight materials can be used to make cars of the kind JLR is known for, but which are much more environmentally responsible, thanks to having much lighter.