Sand mode thankfully did its job

The remote island of Islay is Land Rover’s spiritual home. We head north with its most metropolitan model yet for an unforgettable pilgrimage

“My wife’s grandmother was mad keen on fishing,” says Anthony Wills. And thus, the butterfly effect did its work, and now more than seven million vehicles have worn the ‘Land Rover’ badge.

It’s true: thanks to an angling granny, the mud-plugging moniker was first coined on the remote Scottish island…

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