Land Rover introduces heritage driving experience

Land Rover introduces heritage driving experience

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 01:45

Always wanted to experience what it would be like to require a plethora of Land Rover’s best inheritance cars? The Land Rover Heritage Driving Practice enables you to do exactly this and is now open to the overall public in Land Rover’s Fen End site in the West Midlands.

With cars dating all the way uphold to the very first Land Rover – the 1948 Series I – you can start at the Dialect right beginning and work your way through to the Non-Standard presently, driving classics such as the 101 Impudent Control transporter and Range Rover, experiencing the stimulation of the vehicles on the track, and how they were designed to be driven – off-procedure.

If you have a specific interest in a certain era of Land Vagrant production, you have the option of choosing a tailored combine to suit you. The package includes your unusually own knowledgeable driving instructor to provide info about the cars. Or, starting from £40, if you don’t whimsical driving yourself but don’t want to miss out, you can opt a passenger ride. Then, once you’ve enjoyed your day, flip for a souvenir and view the exhibition.

Starting from £85 and ranging up to £250, packages group Series I, II and III Vs Modern Defender, Land Drifter Historic Drives, Range Rover Then & Now, and Dirt Rover – The Collection.

Want to treat the car-ga person in your life, or take a lie yourself? Book your package, grant vouchers and special promotions at Land Nomad Experiences, or contact Lancaster Land Drifter for more information.

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