The V8 engine fires into life with a purposeful roar and an equally loud fan to keep temperatures under control. The 4.5 litre Rover engine was a popular conversion for Range Rovers of the 1980s as an increasing number were purchased more as roomy saloon cars than for their abilities over rough terrain. Many drivers, therefore, were looking for extra performance on roads than was provided by the standard engines.
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