|Series||Original Mini 4WD|
|Release Date||November 16, 1982|
The Range Rover features the classical 3-door SUV body design, with the rectangle-shaped, bar-style air intake with circle-shaped headlamps on the front and the horizontal rectangle-shaped tall lamps on the rear. There's a bullbar that is attached to its black colored front bumper.
It was mainly in white, with the tri-color stripes of red, yellow and blue on it. The words 'V-S-D' can be found on the bodyshell.
It comes with the pickup-2 wheels with block-style tires.
About the real-life vehicle the Mini 4WD car is based on
The first-generation Range Rover SUV was introduced in 1970 by British Leyland under the Land Rover brand. It was produced by British Leyland from 1970 until 1986 and by the Rover Group from 1986 until 1996.
Despite bearing the Land Rover brand, the Range Rover was not designed as luxury-type vehicle. In fact, many of the features such as air-conditioning, power steering and wooden interior were fitted at later model years.
It has the body-on-frame design with the ladder type chassis, and unlike the Land Rover Defender, it use coil springs instead of leaf springs for the suspensions. The Range Rover was fitted with various models of the Rover V8 engines in both petrol and diesel-powered.
Length: 135 mm
Width: 59 mm
Height: 61 mm
Chassis: Origin-2 Chassis
Gear Set(s): N/A