10 Reasons Jay-Z Should Have Stuck With Range Rovers

1. Design Integrity

The 2013 Range Rover is the forth generation of Britain's iconic SUV, introduced to the American market in 1987 with new models debuted in 1995 and 2003. The cabin architecture, even with a dramatic new aesthetic, follows on simple philosophies. Above all else, the Range Rover is about providing a commanding driving position. The design achieves this with functional details—floating roof, low waistline, clamshell hood, two-piece tailgate—which have given each subsequent generation a unique new look with a distinct connection to the brand's great legacy. 

Point being, sticking with classics works.

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