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Jaguar Land Rover showcases New Discovery 4 at Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard with special film presentation: “First Over Land”

Siam Bayshore Hotel, Pattaya

Sunday, 26 January, 4pm – 7:30pm

Bangkok, 23 January, 2014 – City Automobiles, the authorised distributor and service provider for Jaguar Land Rover in Thailand, is to show its New Discovery 4 vehicle at a special one-off vintage film presentation by Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard in Pattaya, at Siam Bayshore Hotel on 26 January.

The film, entitled “First Over Land,” will attract around 300 customers and Land Rover fans from the Pattaya area, and provide an opportunity for the company to demonstrate performance, safety and off-road systems of the latest generation of the Discovery model.

Funded through David Attenborough and the BBC, this 90-minute film, shot in 16mm colour, is a unique account of the 6-month journey by six Oxford and Cambridge students in two Land Rovers, as they travel from London to Singapore by road. It was originally shown on TV in the UK in black and white (1956), and now will be shown in full colour for this extraordinary one-off presentation by Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard. The event will also feature short video presentations on Land Rover products.

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