Land Rover has launched its first ever Life Cycle Assessment website for the Range Rover Evoque – created by Midland firm Rees Bradley Hepburn.
To launch Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for the new model, RBH has created a website that includes an online interactive animation allowing users to see how the vehicle is designed with sustainability in mind at every stage.
The site covers everything from fuel consumption and tailpipe emissionsto the sourcing and use of raw materials and on-road fuel economy and finally to the recycling of materials once a vehicle reaches the end of its life.
Digital director at RBH, Fizz Bingham, said: “This engaging 3D experience created by RBH is designed to communicate the features and benefits of the LCA to many different audiences. It will be used to drive conversations around Land Rover’s commitment to a sustainable future and their technical innovations and fuel efficiency.”