The changes include a new interior and major external revisions, including new face and tail. There is also an additional derivative, for European markets, the Freelander Sport, the sharpest handling and sportiest Land Rover production model ever.
"As well as being an international best-seller, the Freelander also invented a new segment – the compact premium 4x4 sector," said Land Rover’s managing director, Matthew Taylor. "The latest changes are designed to improve the premium nature of the Freelander, and make it an even more desirable and successful vehicle."
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