The first-generation Land Rover Range Rover was built between 1969 to 1996. Initially, it was offered as a two-door and four-door non-luxury vehicle powered by a Rover V8 engine. In 1995, the second-generation was released. It was available in two engine options and is considered “premium” with satellite navigation, leather seats, and packed with more equipment.
The third-generation Land Rover Range Rover was unveiled under the ownership of BMW. It was fitted with a 4.4-liter M62 V8 engine paired with automatic transmission. In 2012, the fourth generation was showcased at the Paris Motor Show. A hybrid version was launched at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Locally, the new Land Rover Range Rover was launched in July 2020 headed by Coventry Motors, its official distributor.
The Land Rover Range Rover measures 5000mm long, 2,220mm wide, and 1,835mm tall. The British premium carmaker successfully merged sportiness and sophistication as seen on its commendable exterior with side vent graphics. Highlights include a customizable sliding panoramic roof, their signature matrix grille with sleek chrome or black ribs, aluminum clamshell bonnet, front bumper with air vents, LED automatic headlights with LED daytime running lights, LED tail lights, and center high-mounted stoplight.
To further establish its supreme road presence, the Land Rover Range Rover wears a set of 19-inch to 22-inch wheels available in a wide array of designs and finishes.
The Land Rover Range Rover boasts a spacious and posh interior loaded with premium features. Notable offerings include configurable ambient lighting, cabin air ionisation, 10-inch rear seat entertainment touchscreen, 60:40 bench seating, a 12.3-inch interactive driver display, 12-V power sockets, a multifunction steering wheel, semi-aniline leather seats with optional hot stone massage system, and an optional refrigerator compartment at the front center console.
Technology & Safety Features
The Land Rover Range Rover is fitted with a 10-inch Touch Pro Duo with Bluetooth connectivity.
Safety is assured as it is equipped with a generous number of airbags, an anti-lock braking system, customer configurable autolock, child locks, intrusion sensor, emergency braking, front and rear parking aid, cruise control, rear ISOFIX, and more.
Platform & Chassis
The Land Rover Range Rover is made using an all-aluminum monocoque body to ensure its lightweight but durable. It utilizes air springs self-levelling suspension at the front and air springs self-levelling at the rear.
Engine & Drivetrain
If you prefer a diesel engine, the Land Rover Range Rover offers 3.0-liter TDVG and a 4.4-liter SDV8 motor. They are both paired with an automatic transmission and can produce 254 to 334 horsepower.
If you want a gas powered version of this all-wheel-drive SUV, you may choose from P400 e, 3.0-liter V6 supercharged, and 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine. It is all matched with automatic transmission and generates 335 to 557 horsepower.