On a beach in Anglesey, UK, 70 years ago, Maurice Wilks drew a sketch in the sand. This sketch would become the inspiration for the first Land Rover. The Series I became an icon. Possessing a truly restless spirit, Wilks’s goal was to build something that could tackle any terrain, weather condition or challenge. Continually striving to go ‘Above and Beyond’ in every single aspect of the business, Land Rover has come a long way from a sketch in the sand. In 1970, they released the first production three-door Range Rover. Met with widespread critical acclaim, it was the first vehicle to deliver permanent 4 Wheel Drive. Today the family of Land Rover extends to 6 vehicles from the ultimate Range Rover to the versatile compact Discovery Sport.