• Range Rover

    Range Rover

    Aπό 141.400€

    Ο απόλυτος συνδυασμός πολυτέλειας και ικανοτήτων

  • Range Rover Sport

    Range Rover Sport

    Από 92.100€

    Το πιο δυναμικό Land Rover

  • Range Rover Velar

    Range Rover Velar

    ΤΟ ΠΙΟ ΕΚΛΕΠΤΥΣΜΕΝΟ ΚΑΙ ΙΚΑΝΟ ΜΕΣΟ SUV

  • Range Rover Evoque

    Range Rover Evoque

    Από 46.100€

    Μοναδικό και ξεχωριστό, ένα πραγματικό Range Rover σε μικρότερο μέγεθος

  • ολοκαινουργιο DISCOVERY

    ολοκαινουργιο DISCOVERY

    Aπό 61.900€

    Το πιο ευέλικτο SUV

  • Discovery Sport

    Discovery Sport

    Από 48.100€

    Το πιο περιπετειώδες και ευέλικτο compact SUV

THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF RED CROSS & RED CRESCENT SOCIETIES

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian network that reaches 150 million people in 189 National Societies through the work of over 13 million volunteers.

Land Rover’s long-standing relationship with the Red Cross began in 1954 when we provided the British Red Cross with a Series 1 Land Rover to use as a mobile dispensary in Dubai.

The relationship was further cemented in 2007, as part of the development of Land Rover's G4 Challenge. Since then its worldwide achievements include the loan and donation of 120 vehicles and the provision of direct help to more than 800,000 people. Globally more than one million people have also benefited indirectly from Land Rover's support for the IFRC, with funding totalling more than £6.4m since 2007.
One of the most influential projects of the partnership was the “Journey of Discovery” expedition in 2012. Land Rover made the IFRC’s sustainable water and sanitation project in Uganda the focus of an ambitious fund-raising activity to complete a 10,000-mile expedition to Beijing, China. This journey was completed by the one millionth Land Rover Discovery, which was built at Solihull, UK, the home of Land Rover. The 50-day journey succeeded in its target of generating £1 million for the project and raising awareness of the vital work being done by IFRC teams in Africa.