Attending the recent Land Rover’s 60th anniversary event were (l-r ): Land Rover dealers Sean Behan from Wicklow, Bob Bradley of Bradley Motor Works in Galway, and David Harpur, managing director of Land Rover Ireland, pictured with “Old Hughie”, the first Land Rover built, which still drives today.
Commenting on the company’s success, David Harpur said, “The level of constant innovative product development has transformed Land Rover into a premium brand, recognised for its prestige and professional excellence. Time and time again Land Rover has redefined the world’s 4x4 categories.
"Not only are we celebrating our heritage, but we are also looking forward to the future. Our commitment to environmental innovation means there will be dramatic changes to our vehicle portfolio. Higher specifications and enhanced power units will lead to improvements in fuel economy, energy savings and environmental efficiency.”