Like Magic, Land Rover Makes its SUV’s Hood Disappear


The automaker’s new wheels-eye-view feature gets rid of the ultimate blind spot: the point where the rubber meets the road

Venturing off road in a four-wheel-drive SUV can whiten the knuckles of even experienced drivers. So, even as engineers race to bring self-driving cars to paved roads, Land Rover is harnessing similar technology to help vehicles navigate the roughest terrain. The British automaker’s latest advance, which it calls Clear Sight Ground View, provided a literal eye-opener in Greece during my test of the sumptuous new Range Rover Evoque.

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