From the moment of its launch in 1998, the Rover 75 caught the public's imagination. Here, at last, was a car that felt like traditional Rovers and had been designed in Britain. Rover 75 and MG ZT charts the evolution of the models from the early 1990s onwards including full production histories and comprehensive specification details. Contents include: the development and production of the Rover 75 under BMW in the 1990s; becoming the MG Rover Group - from BMW to Phoenix Venture Holdings; expanding the Rover 75 with Longbridge Rover Salooons and Tourers; the MG models of the new millennium - the ZT and ZT-T; monogram 75, the five-millionth Rover; a facelift for the cars with the new V8 engines; moving production to China and the end of the MG Rover Group. Illustrated with 267 colour photographs, this is essential reading for motoring enthusiasts and fans of the Rover brand.Here it is in a Land Rover Freelander, as launched in 1997. ... At the end of the deliberations, Rover settled on a fourengine range forthe new RD1 car: 1.8litre, 2.0 litre and 2.5litre petroltypes, plus a2.0litre diesel. ... Rovera#39;sownPG1 manual gearbox was by thisstagequite an old design, and had its rootsinaHonda gearbox.
|Title||:||Rover 75 and MG ZT|
|Publisher||:||Crowood - 2014-03-31|