It's Land Rover's 65th birthday this year – and the company threw a huge birthday bash to celebrate.
However, not many 65-year-olds can claim to have had their birthday cake flown in by helicopter, or can afford to hold a party at the huge Packington Estate, near Land Rover's Solihull HQ.
The cake was dedicated to the first ever Land Rover, registered HUE 166, but other Land Rovers on display at the celebration included the brand new Range Rover and Range Rover Sport, seen side by side for the first time.
Maurice Wilks famously sketched the idea for the original Land Rover into the sand at Anglesey beach back in 1947.
But from those humble beginnings, the Land Rover evolved through Series I, II and II before becoming the Defender in 1983.
In all, Land Rover has sold over 2 million examples of the iconic model.
The British brand also revealed details of an upcoming celebratory special edition– the Defender LXV (65 in Roman numerals), which comes with unique alloy wheels, leather seats and the option of a Union Jack decal for rear.
The gallery of the event is below– happy birthday Land Rover!