A concept for a high-mobility, off-road, farmer's run-around, only one was built with testing carried out at Gaydon. Running gear and controls from a Subaru Sumo were adapted to fit into a pivoted space frame, just behind the driver. It had springs on all four corners and the central articulation.
At the time it was built, Gators, quad bikes and other small utility vehicles were still fairly new on the scene and starting to become popular, so arguably Land Rover's timing was right. However, it did not go into production.
The development engineers had a bit of a soft spot for it, though, so it was squirrelled away which is why it survives today.
On loan to Dunsfold Collection