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The Land Rover Freelander is a compact sport utility vehicle (SUV) which was produced by the British manufacturer Land Rover,[1] in both two-wheel and four-wheel drive versions, from 1997 to 2014. The second generation, launched in 2007, was sold as the LR2 in North America and as the Freelander 2 in Europe.

It uses a monocoque (unibody) structure, in common with almost all other crossovers in its class, but unlike traditional SUVs built with body-on-frame designs.[2] The Freelander was replaced by the Discovery Sport in 2015.[3]

Market research by the Rover Group in the late 1980s suggested that Land Rover could enter the compact SUVmarket segment. In the early 1990s, the Rover Group had a restricted product development budget and looked for a partner to develop the project, which was codenamed CB40 (after Canley Building 40, where the concept was initially developed). Rover’s then-partner Honda declined and chose to develop its own CR-V model that was launched in 1997.

The second generation named the Freelander 2 (codename L359) debuted at the 2006 British International Motor Show. While the new model retained the Freelander name in Europe, it was marketed as LR2 in North America (mirroring the marketing of the new third generation Land Rover Discovery as LR3). A presentation at theKensington Roof Gardens was held for journalists featuring celebrity tennis player Maria Sharapova.[8] Production ceased at the end of 2014.[9]

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