The sculpture will incorporate an original 1948 Land Rover, a selection of vehicles from the carmaker’s model range and will be finished with the latest LRX concept cross-coupe (pictured) unveiled at the recent Detroit and Geneva Motor Shows.
Land Rover will also showcase its special edition Defender SVX, launched to mark the anniversary. On the outside the SVX is as tough as its 1948 predecessor but inside it comes equipped with satellite navigation, Recaro seats and iPod compatibility.
Also on show will be Land Rover’s ‘Terrapod’ and ‘mini-terrapod’ hill descent simulators, which will be open to the public to test out the off-road capability of a number of the carmaker’s SUV products. Land Rover plans to donate all proceeds it receives at the event to the British Red Cross.