The all-new Range Rover is the flagship of the current Land Rover line-up, and an incredibly popular model that’s now in its fourth generation. The SUV is the brand’s most reliable and capable yet, and displays all of the manufacturer’s latest design, technology and engineering features. Land Rover also intends for the vehicle to become one of its most economical – a hybrid version is rumoured for later in 2013
From any angle, the vehicle is easy to recognise as a Range Rover: the strong shape of the model has been subtly updated, with a new front grille and energy-saving LED headlights under the trademark clamshell bonnet. On the inside, the roomy and logical arrangement of the cabin incorporates a voice controlled sat-nav with 8” touch-screen, the Meridian sound system and tons of handy storage spaces. The soft yet durable leather upholstery throughout the interior can be chosen in a wide range of shades, and heated front seats and a reclining rear bench are both standard features for the model.
Four engines are available for the vehicle, ranging in capacity from the 3.0-litre diesel to the 5.0-litre V8 petrol version. The largest engine, which is supercharged and only available at the highest trim level, powers the Range Rover from 0-60 in just 5.1 seconds. Every engine works in harmony with a fluid eight-speed automatic gearbox, and uses Land Rover’s fuel-saving Start/Stop technology to produce a much higher MPG. As a result, the new Range Rover is the one of the most economical models in its class.
All of the vehicle’s impressive power is fully complemented by reassuring safety. Side, front, thorax and pelvis airbags are fitted as standard, and child locks are built into the rear doors to protect curious young passengers. Perimeter and volumetric alarms protect the model when it’s not in use, using tilt and motion sensors to detect intruders.
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