What Long Wheelbase Range Rover Offers

Fourteen centimetres might not sound like a lot, but add that extra space into the back seats of an already roomy Range Rover and you essentially have a limousine that you could drive through a river. The first factory-made long wheelbase vehicle from the marque in 20 years has already got commentators buzzing, with Jeremy Clarkson praising the car’s comfort and power in last Saturday’s Times.

Coming to Signature in just a few months’ time, this Long Wheelbase Range Rover promises to be the last word in luxury car travel. Stretching a whopping 5.2 metres from nose to tailgate, the extra room means that the car’s rear seats look like they’ve been borrowed from the first class section of a jumbo jet.

If you’re looking for the perfect vehicle in which to transport important clients, or want to sit back and relax while our chauffeur drives you to your destination, this is it. Not only can you stretch your legs, but those rear seats will allow you to recline at an angle of 17 degrees – enabling you to watch the 10.2″ entertainment screens in comfort, or simply enjoy the view out of the panoramic sunroof.

As befits a car that prioritises passengers’ comfort,  the Long Wheelbase Range Rover includes privacy features such as solar attenuated privacy glass and rear window blinds as standard.

Importantly, lengthening the wheelbase has not compromised the sleek elegance of the new Range Rover‘s exterior. The car still features the graphic signatures of its standard wheelbase sibling, and discreet long wheelbase badging only adds to the overall look.

Watch this space for more details on what is guaranteed to be an exceptionally popular luxury car hire and chauffeur hire choice for 2014. Also if you plan to hire the New Long-Wheelbase Range Rover on a self-drive hire basis or with a Signature Chauffeur then make sure you LIKE our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter or Linked In so you can be the first to hear when Signature’s Long Wheel Base Range Rover arrives in 2014.