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  • Barbour Land Rover gives driving a luxury appeal
  • Barbour Land Rover gives driving a luxury appeal
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Barbour Land Rover gives driving a luxury appeal

Whether it’s going on a road trip, to a drive-thru cinema, or trying to escape from the kids, cars have become personal sanctuaries in the pandemic. As people spend more time in their cars and seek to signal status in unique ways, luxury brands are collaborating with car manufacturers.

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