As all hands are on deck to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, top automaker Land Rover has offered some of its Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) to assist medical personnel with their transportation needs to fight the Coronavirus.
As the world faces an extraordinary challenge, #LandRover is focusing efforts towards supporting our global communities in the fight against #Covid19 by providing vehicles and expertise to emergency services and organisations like our partners the Red Cross @ifrc pic.twitter.com/u7mR3Nc6Va— Land Rover (@LandRover) March 26, 2020
The British automaker announced the news on the micro-blogging platform Twitter, stating that it is in this battle together with the rest of the world to defeat COVID-19 by providing emergency services across the global community. The brand is collaborating with organizations like the Red Cross to deliver this humanitarian service.
The British automaker is a renowned name in the luxury car industry
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By the looks of it, the SUV offered by Land Rover is no other but the Land Rover Defender. This comes as no surprise because the Defender is referred to as the Mother of SUVs in some quarters due to its unrivaled strength and agility. It is supercharged for outdoor drives, crushing through unfavorably weather conditions without blinking an eye.
Giving the urgency of the conditions of COVID-19 patients, every minute counts. Health workers will be able to swiftly convey them from one location to another without unnecessary delays.
Have you seen the latest James Bond franchise movie No Time to Die? If yes, you would have an idea of the Defender’s dexterity. The incredible stunts are evident of what the Defender can do. Although it is not advisable to try them on your own, if the need to dominate the road ever arises, you can rest assured that the Defender is up to the task.
Watch the magnificence of the new Land Rover Defender:
As of Friday, March 27, the USA had become the epicenter of the Coronavirus with the highest number of known positive cases, ahead of Italy.