To say the least, Bryan Joslin from Kilometer Magazine is a lucky guy and I'm a bit jealous of him right now. He was part of a select group of automotive journalists allowed inside the gates of Land Rover's Development Center in Gaydon, and needless to say, there's a lot of things he politely asked to disregard. The company has been using Gaydon as a test center and proving grounds for their vehicles even before the introduction of the first Range Rover models in the 1970's. Isn't it fitting that during Bryan's visit the yet to be released next-generation of the Range Rover was going through the same steps as it's Great-Grandfather did? For an inside look at how Land Rover develops, and tests their latest and greatest, check out the article.