Discussion in 'LR4' started by iSurfvilano, Jun 15, 2018.
Make it a manual transmission and I'm sold.
Not trying to be confrontational with you here, but it's not that easy. In fact, it's not near that easy. The reason (using your VW example) they can do that is years of planning. As a novice looking inside from out, you think there's not a lot of effort. That really couldn't be further from the truth. And you example is just talking about assembly, in reality, they've been doing that type of assembly for decades. The real issues (AGAIN) is the vehicle being ready for sale at the same time it's ready for production from a quality perspective. Many times it is not, but they have to start making them and figure they will fix them post production which is why you almost always have recalls and programs with new vehicle launches.
Probably the best look at the new Defender off road
"Illustration by Nick Dimbleby."
A 110 spotted out in the wild
So those are the 19" wheels, but I'm not sure if those are the 255/55/19 Duratracs. They look a little bigger.
Wonder if Land Rover is having Goodyear make a bigger size, similar to how they talked GY into making the 255/55/19s for the LR4?
If that is the one I have heard about where they make 007 a woman, I might just avoid the Defender for them allowing it to be included in that tripe.
Is nothing sacred....
It's the last Daniel Craig one, I think.
As a Land Rover nerd and an Omega nerd, I await with eager anticipation.
Maybe 255/60r19 or 255/65r19? No idea
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