Land Rover is a subsidiary of Indian multinational automotive corporation Tata Motors.
"Last week, Qorbani announced that Benz, Volkswagen, Volvo, Fiat, Rover, Skoda, Renault, Peugeot, Kia and Toyota would take part in the Iranian auto expo, adding that the US car-manufacturers would also join the event. 'In case of desirable conditions, General Motors and Ford companies will also attend the event.' He continued that some leading car parts makers, including Siemens, FORD Mendo, Busch, FRW and ACI would attend the gathering. The event will start work on December 10." (Fars News, "55 Giant Int'l Carmakers, Part-Makers to Participate in Iranian Auto Expo," 11/2/14)
In September 2011, an Iranian source said that Land Rover was being imported into Iran in 2010 and that “dealership land was bought, the service bay was being set up… [and] they had presold dozens of cars.” (PBS Tehran Bureau, “Iran’s Fast, Furious, and Filthy Rich,” 9/9/11)
In February 2010, it was reported that Land Rover is actively seeking entry into the Iranian market. (Arabian Business, “Land Rover seeks to tap Iranian market,” 2/7/10)