Making the Range Rover Evoque.


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Exploring the role of design at Range Rover we visited their creative team in Gaydon, England to learn about how the LRX concept vehicle was translated to the all-new Evoque. From there we traveled north to the factory in Halewood to see how the cars are manufactured and what it means to bring a design to life.

 

For those of us that have worked in the Designing area in the Car Industry there is no doubt that Coolhunting has done a great job synthesizing such a complex process in a few minutes.

 

 

 

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