A mishap in a company presentation has led to Land Rover revealing plans to launch 16 new vehicle models in the next seven years.
Gerry McGovern, the British car giant's design director, was presenting a PowerPoint display detailing the new Range Rover when a slide showcasing silhouettes of the unannounced vehicles flashed up on screen.
Set to be launched as part of a seven-year plan by Land Rover, the line-up consisted of six luxury Range Rovers, five leisure Discovery and Freelander models and five iterations of the utilitarian Defenders.
The details of some of these vehicles could particularly catch the eye of motoring enthusiasts. For example, a Range Rover in the line-up was touted as the new flagship model and is set to hit UK roads in 2016.
Hilton Holloway, associate editor of Autocar, the publication which revealed the leaked Land Rover line-up, pointed out: "Land Rover is on a roll. It is almost certainly the biggest investment that the UK car industry has ever seen."
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