The fastest Range Rover ever, the new Octa, will make its debut on the famous hill climb at the Goodwood Festival of Speed from July 11 – the V8 Twin Turbo taking on the 1,8 kilometre course just a week after its global unveiling on July 3.

Attendees at Goodwood will get to see its off-road capabilities, highlighted by exceptional body control thanks to its advanced 6D Dynamics suspension technology.

Disguised Range Rover Octa undergoing testing

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In contrast, a tranquil, luxurious stand located in the heart of the lively festival will feature dedicated spaces showcasing the unique characteristics of four distinguished British brands: Defender, Range Rover, Discovery, and Jaguar.

In addition to viewing the new Defender OCTA up close, visitors can also see other models, including the new 110 Sedona Edition and a classic Defender 110.

The Defender off-road experience will demonstrate the original British 4x4's all-terrain prowess on a specially designed obstacle course. Passengers will enjoy an unforgettable, gravity-defying experience.

Range Rover on the road from the side

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The Range Rover section will offer a serene environment. Vehicles on display will include the exclusive Range Rover SV Burford Edition, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar, and Range Rover Evoque, alongside a model of the original 1970 Range Rover. The high-performance flagship Range Rover Sport SV will also make an appearance on the hillclimb.

Discovery will again provide a relaxed space for families, showcasing various models of the Discovery and Discovery Sport, as well as an original 1989 Discovery.

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Restored Jaguar E-Type

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As Jaguar moves towards an all-electric future, the brand will celebrate 75 years of Jaguar sports cars and 90 years of design, performance, and innovation. The Jaguar area at the Festival of Speed will feature an immersive film highlighting its history. Complementing this celebration, Jaguar Classic will display one of 12 restored and enhanced, racing-inspired E-type ZP Editions, while the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust's 1988 Le Mans 24 Hours-winning XJR-9 LM will take on the hillclimb.

Jaguar TCS Racing will showcase an all-electric Formula E race car on the hillclimb on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 July, just a week before the final race of the 2024 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship season in London.

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