Charlize conquers South Africa with the Land Rover

Charlize TheronCharlize Theron, one of the exceptional actress in Hollywood today, reportedly drives a Land Rover Range Rover. The base price for the said SUV is $74,950.

The Land Rover Range Rover is a four-wheel drive luxury SUV produced by Land Rover in the United Kingdom. It was first introduced in 1970. The Range Rover was built on a box section ladder type chassis. It was originally powered by the lightweight Rover V8 engine. Current models are now powered by a Jaguar V8 of 4.4 litres. The vehicle is currently one of the most expensive vehicles of its type on the market.

Land Rover

The Land Rover is appropriate for Charlize Theron, to conquer the terrain of South Africa. It has proven it can combat the wide variety of off-road terrain of the continent, from deserts to tricky mountain passes, as it dominated several African rallies. Although it has always been built for off-road capability, the Range Rover has been one of the most luxurious sport utility vehicles.


2 Responses to “Charlize conquers South Africa with the Land Rover”

  1. pahrens Says:

    Yes the Range Rover is a great 4WD. It could nearly hold its own against the Porsche Cayenne or BMW X5.

  2. David Says:

    In terms of top speed – I agree. You need the Sport supercharged if you want out perform the M5. Had an X5 rear-end me at almost 40mph in my 2004 RR last year. Mine needed a new tailgate, wheel arches, etc. the beemer had the windshield and steering column enter the cabin on top of him. So I guess it was built for speed and not strength or off-road prowess.

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