The Range Rover was introduced in 1970 and immediately turned the world of luxury cars on its head. Big, powerful and stylish, it was the first four-wheel drive car that was as happy cruising on tarmac as it was tackling rocky terrain. The British icon set the template that others followed, and the Range Rover was a massive success. Now in its fourth incarnation, it continues to set the benchmark by which all other luxury SUV rivals are judged, while the name is now found on a range of prestigious, versatile vehicles. The wildly successful 2011 Evoque saw half a million cars sold by 2015. Now the very earliest cars are amongst the hottest classics around, with values soaring to £100,000 for top examples of the much-admired, two-door original.