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Lyonhead



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Wales 2019 Range Rover SVAutobiography 5.0 SC V8 Loire Blue

Still confusing me, maybe someone on here can help.

The rear indicators are located in the black strip across the upper tailgate. So when you are are parked with your hazard lights on and then open the tailgate they are then useless as cannot be seen……….

Am I correct in thinking this Question 19MY SVA-Dynamic Spectral Chromoflair Blue but colour not available in profile
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DrF



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United Kingdom 2018 Range Rover SVAutobiography 5.0 SC V8 Orkney Grey

Morning Lyonhead,

Hope you are well, the lower bumper has repeaters in so when the tailgate is open they are still visible 2018 Range Rover SV LWB Autobiography 5.0 Supercharged
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Lyonhead



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Wales 2019 Range Rover SVAutobiography 5.0 SC V8 Loire Blue

Morning DrF, all is well thank you, hopefully you are too.

Good man on clearing that up, I didn’t realise there were indicators/repeaters further down also.

Cheers. Thumbs Up 19MY SVA-Dynamic Spectral Chromoflair Blue but colour not available in profile
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cxdood



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United States 2016 Range Rover HSE 3.0 SC V6 Santorini Black

The pictured car looks like it does not have the shadow pack. The wheels and paint is black, but the accents are silver. L405 2016 - Supercharged V6 petrol

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Bl4ckD0g



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Netherlands 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Santorini Black

That is what I'm thinking, I've been configuring ones like that, ready for when a full EV can be ordered, but those silver bits become either black or a darker grey iirc there is still choice.

However I think it is looks stunning, well once those final bits of bling are deblinged. I hope it sounds as well as it looks.

Just like its grandfather that I have Smile And what a proper Range Rover should look like...


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Chalky



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A "Proper" Range Rover didn't look like that in the 1970's I can assure you!! Nor should it now, but that's just my opinion. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Thumbs Up All LR cars from 1984
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Martin2



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Yes, ETTO but a proper Range Rover to me is Dark Green or Blue, with no tints and silver wheels. MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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Philip



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Exactly. Unfortunately the L460 design was clearly (or not) intended to have ghetto glass, because, without it, the rearmost window is even more like a porthole than that on the L405.

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Bl4ckD0g



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Netherlands 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Santorini Black

Chalky wrote:
A "Proper" Range Rover didn't look like that in the 1970's I can assure you!! Nor should it now, but that's just my opinion. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Thumbs Up
Rolling with laughter

The 1970s was 50 years ago...Times have moved on, style has luckily moved one, gosh the 1970s was seriously bad for style Rolling with laughter

But I agree beauty is in the eye of the beholder,

Martin2 wrote:
Green or Blue, with no tints and silver wheels

Big Cry What is next, piping, slippers, a pipe, and wood veneer, nope I'm not old enough for that, and shoot me if I ever like that....whilst wearing 3 shades of grey and a tie during the day... Rolling with laughter

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Martin2



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Eh? I only said that's what I think a 'proper' Range Rover looks like and no matter what the spec, a FF isn't a young persons car. Mine isn't quite that spec, but not far off...and I'm balancing the age thing with the need for a car that size due to have a toddler! Laughing

Be careful out there, as I think you're much more likely to get shot driving an all black L322 than a more 'classic' spec! Shocked Laughing MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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Bl4ckD0g



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Laughing

Well you say that, but those Essex Box were killed in a Blue Range Rover with see through windows. Just saying Whistle
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/essex-b...-bcq2zpvjl

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Martin2



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That was over 25 years ago...times have moved on.... they would definitely be driving an all black RR if they were still alive today! Laughing MY19 SDV8 Autobiography

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Chalky



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Bl4ckD0g wrote:
Chalky wrote:
A "Proper" Range Rover didn't look like that in the 1970's I can assure you!! Nor should it now, but that's just my opinion. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder! Thumbs Up
Rolling with laughter

The 1970s was 50 years ago...Times have moved on, style has luckily moved one, gosh the 1970s was seriously bad for style Rolling with laughter

But I agree beauty is in the eye of the beholder,

Martin2 wrote:
Green or Blue, with no tints and silver wheels

Big Cry What is next, piping, slippers, a pipe, and wood veneer, nope I'm not old enough for that, and shoot me if I ever like that....whilst wearing 3 shades of grey and a tie during the day... Rolling with laughter


So because it was 50 years ago you discount everything that the brand stands for? If you haven't already, go and look at JLR's Coventry Heritage museum, they are ultra proud of the LR Heritage.

Please don't take the mickey out of the older generation!! As for style, then I think you are definitely on dodgy ground. The further you go back the more style there was. At least we didn't have the "Celebrity/ Footballer" culture which some of these cars are obviously aimed at.

The prices some of these older cars are making.....should tell you something about desirability! Thumbs Up All LR cars from 1984
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Bl4ckD0g



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Netherlands 2010 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Santorini Black

@martin2 Fair enough, yes they probably would drive them black on black on black. So perhaps we can have some common ground there then @chalky which was they were classy and stylish then, and all black is classy and stylish now Smile

I know the prices of older cars, well the right versions at least. I've got two icons in the garage myself. And yes there are a lot of purists about, personally I think its more rose tinted glasses and harping back to youth other than true desirability. But the Range Rover lot isn't as bad as the Porsche lot at least.

But hey it is good that there is choice, I can appreciate quality but would never ever drop my own money on something with lots of chrome/shiny bits, nor tan interiors, and lack of privacy glass. Too old fashioned looking in my opinion

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Philip



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Blacked-out ghetto buses are surely the antithesis of “classy” and stylish, not everyone wants to look like a pound shop gangster.

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