"But some of us live in a place called "the countryside" that big green muddy place with no shops, busses and rubbsih roads. Yes, the palce you want to tun into a park (due to farming being bad for the environment. cows fartig, tracotrs etc) so some of us need 4x4s"
The British countryside isn't exactly that big (alright, it's "bigger" up in Scotland), and although private roads can get fairly muddy, the standard of roads isn't that bad: you can get by with a Range Rover, I imagine, which is why they're so popular amongst the horsey types. But compared to Iceland, say, the British countryside is a picnic with nicely cut sandwiches. In the land of the geysir even the main public roads run out of paving not far out of town, and then you're looking at needing a proper 4x4 when it's been raining, or if you're going to use a "mountain" road - in other words, not the vehicle Jeremy and Jemima use to run their offspring around in between the stables and that Tesco that rural types love to hate (but still love).
In short, "the countryside" will see something usable eventually. It may not be the serious piece of gear that those overseas types need to get around, but it'll deal with the "rubbsih [sic] roads" of Blighty adequately. Of course, the Utilities of the Britards will need to work out how to generate enough electricity for all this, which is where it gets really interesting.