Just like Margaret Thatcher, Jeremy Clarkson and editors of most classic car magazines, we can sometimes all get a bit power crazy. It usually results in war - or worse - reality programmes on ITV2, but an addiction to power in Land Rover terms spells only one thing -and it isn’t bankruptcy!
In this month's issue of Land Rover Owner International we delve into the world of power, except in place of Pol Pot and Fidel Castro we've got four-pot authority and Castrol oil – and lots of it, as these engines are so highly tuned that lesser vehicles dive for the hedgerow when in the vicinity.
In June 2017’s LRO
Acting-Editor Neil Watterson proves you can make you Land Rover a road-going monster regardless of the situation, given 24 hours to get a Discovery 2 to the max using only some parts, tools and a tame remapper.
Mark Saville slips behind the wheel of a finely honed 220bhp Td5 Defender installed with cutting-edge engineering. And then slips away for a change of trousers after taking it around a race track.
Jerry Thurston finds a hard-charging Ninety that’s short, sweet and to the point. A bit like the biscuits Eric Pickles claims on expenses.
Martin Domoney explains 25 easy lifehacks to boost your Landys’ performance, and also provides an update on LRO’s project Series III.
James Taylor visits a royal Range Rover convertible that has spent all of its life in Switzerland – but its history takes him much further away.
Jerome Andre explains why you need to pamper your L322 – or face Satan himself.
Calum Brown takes a Land Rover cynic out into the greenlanes to turn their opinion. Does he succeed? Or is there a fresh corpse in the woods near LRO HQ?
John Pearson takes us for a trip around his top 10 adventures, while also listing the fastest production Land Rovers ever! So, they’ll all be Range Rovers then…
PLUS all the workshop features you can eat, 100s of Land Rovers for sale and more new gear than you can shake a spindly gear lever at.
Y’see, you won’t find any of this on ITV2. Enjoy!