The short answer to this question is simple: both are marques manufactured by the Tata Group’s Jaguar Land Rover group. Land Rovers are utilitarian SUVs, whereas Range Rovers are targeted more toward the ‘premium’ segment.
The landscape on the roads is set to change in a big way over the next 8 years, as experts now believe that there will be no petrol or diesel sold anywhere in the world by 2025. It seems that the entire market is going to make a move over to electric, which will enviably lead to a collapse in the petroleum industry, which has long been one of the most profitable and robust markets for many years.
Rechristened, rebirthed and revamped – once the ML had taken its final drive into the sunset, in its place stood the GLE as Mercedes’ new premium large SUV.
Taking on the BMW X5, the GLE became the final piece of the GL 4x4 Mercedes family, playing the role of big brother to the GLA and GLC.
As part of Mercedes’ revival, the GLE continues the theme of their most recent designs with a strong, imposing styling, as the brand continues to shake its dated image. And like Jaguar, it's getting the job done.
It’s hard to believe that at one time Range Rover’s smash hit mini SUV was just a twinkle in Victoria Beckham’s eye nearly ten years ago. But since its release in 2011, the Evoque has flooded our streets and become the must-have vehicle for those fashion-conscious types.