In 1994, when the second generation Range Rover was introduced, the original Range Rover was re-branded the 'Classic'. The V8 in 3.9 litre form powered the car and diesel was also offered. The body was largely the same although now with five doors.
To celebrate the end of the 'Classic' model, 25 special 25th anniversary models were produced, with a full range of extras, each came with a certificate and presentation book.
This vehicle is the 26th of these 25th anniversary models, built for the Trust's collection. This last Range Rover was driven off the line at Solihull by TV personality, Noel Edmonds. It is the final car of 317,615 original series Range Rover models produced.