The next generation Range Rover has just been previewed online courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover ahead of its début at next month’s Paris Motor Show. Images and details whet your appetite for this legendary luxurious four-by-four.
In the five decades since the release of the iconic Range Rover, we have seen it launch the entire SUV market. It continues to speed up the pace of this segment and innovate in the way it delivers the most opulent. There can be no facsimiles of this vehicle, only followers.
The 2013 Range Rover is even more exciting than you could dream of. It has a contemporary and bold exterior that only Range Rover can master, has shed more weight than ever, demonstrates improved class-leading off-road capabilities, has found even more space for all passengers in the cabin and yet managed to pack in yet-more appealing interior features.
The engineering team responsible have done the unimaginable, and enhanced the business-side of this superb vehicle. The 2013 Range Rover is stronger yet more refined than ever before. A new front and back aluminium chassis and restructured four-corner air-suspension will deliver flatter and more convincing cornering abilities on road. For other surfaces, the advanced Terrain Response system continues to be ahead of the rest in its ability to analyse current road conditions thanks to its on-board sensors, select the most suitable settings, and communicate across the system.
The eighteen-month testing program has put the Range Rover through the most rugged discipline ever for the car to respond with a weight loss of 420 kg, improved fuel economy and reduced CO2 emissions. This is in the face of enhanced engine capacities in the TDV6 and TDV8, and a muscular 503 bhp supercharged V8.
The looks of the car are suitably more mature and adventurous. Reflecting the success of the Evoque, there will be more exterior options, vibrant colours, and a contrasting roof panel for a ‘floating roof’ facade. Laminated glass and restructured body panels result in better soundproofing inside the vehicle.
In the interior, there are almost five more inches of rear legroom, a cleaner dashboard layout, and an incredible array of hide and veneer finishes. The premium Meridian stereo system will be maintained.
Land Rover global brand director, John Edwards, is suitably proud of their new car, saying that “the new Range Rover preserves the essential, unique character of the vehicle – that special blend of luxury, performance and unmatched all-terrain capability. However, its clean sheet design and revolutionary lightweight construction have enabled us to transform the experience for luxury vehicle customers, with a step change in comfort, refinement and handling.”
To sample that ‘special blend’, try on the 2012 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 TDV8 for size. It has classic cues, agile handling, superb comfort, and turbocharged power. The diesel torque and eight-speed gearbox provide everything you could need, regardless of road surface. The patented Terrain Response System provides you with a discerning experience of being a Range Rover driver. The Jet Black exterior and Ebony Oxford leather interior will entice you to sit back and enjoy the icon
The all-new Range Rover will be here soon, but in the mean time you can enjoy our extensive fleet of Range Rovers, which includes our brand new Range Rover Vogue 5.0 Autobiography Supercharged seen here on video above, our Range Rover Vogue 4.4 TDV8 Overfinch or if you’re looking for something a bit smaller, the Range Rover Sport 5.0 Supercharged Autobiography would be the perfect car for self-drive.
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