Indian owned British legend land rover has come forward with a helping hand amidst the on-going Coronavirus pandemic and has provided over 50 land rover defender SUV to the Red Cross foundation. This information was shared to the world by a tweet which said: “A global crisis requires a global response so we’re doing our best to support the true heroes of the #Covid19 pandemic by providing 143 vehicles worldwide, with 105 vehicles supplied to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.”
Among the designated line-up, over 50 Defender SUVs have been deployed by the British Red-Cross, along with a large number of Discovery SUVs have also been provided to the concerned health authorities in order to conduct the required home testing for all possible Coronovirus infected personal.
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Additionally, Land Rover has also deployed an 18-vehicle contingent which also includes various other models such as the Range Rover Velar and Jaguar F-Pace to the Spanish Red Cross in order to help the organisation reach people in the far-flung areas of the country.
All the designated Land Rover models are capable of riding rough terrains, but out of all the Defender is definitely the king of off-roads just like its predecessors. According to recent media reports, Land Rover India has also revealed the new prices of the upcoming defender just a month ago.0