Italian Land Rover Club to attempt world record
Land Rover Club Levone will attempt to create the world's largest Land Rover logo made out of parked 4x4s in Italy. There'll even be a helicopter for a momentous aerial shot.
Land Rover is a British institution as synonymous with the UK as red phone boxes, black cabs, or a simple cup of tea. These rugged go-anywhere vehicles have been around for 70 years now and there has been many a celebration. However, this latest one doesn’t come from the 4x4’s home nation. Italian fans are aiming to beat the world record for largest Land Rover logo made with actual Land Rovers.
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It’s clearly not just supercars the Italian’s have a passion for. The Land Rover Club Levone will have their supersized record officially verified by the Guinness World Record people. It will all take place from 2:00pm on Sunday 14th October in a Turin field. All Land Rovers and Range Rovers are welcome to join the logo that is set to be 100 metres tall and 160 metres wide. Should everything go well, weather permitting, attendees will be given a commemorative ‘gadget’ and sticker for their Land Rover.
If you’re a fan of Italian food and culture, there’s the added bonus of the Sagra del Pignoletto being held in Levone on the same day. Market stands full of local artwork and food will fill the streets and guides will be on hand to offer tours.
Earlier this year Land Rover set another record for sending the largest batch of vehicles up the Goodwood hillclimb. AutoClassics joined the fleet of 70 notable models from the brand’s past. Land Rover also celebrated its history, old and new, at the 2018 Paris Motor Show. A ‘reborn’ Land Rover joined the very latest Land Rover discovery design for the Red Cross on stage.
We wish the best of British to the Land Rover Club Levone and their record attempt.
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