The fifth-gen model is all-new with evolution in design both inside and out, third row seating for the first time, and rear-wheel steerin
Land Rover has announced the prices of the all-new Range Rover and has started accepting bookings for the new SUV as well. It will be available with three engine choices and three seating layouts.
Land Rover will offer the new SUV in the following trims
- First Edition
- LWB SE
- LWB HSE
- LWB Autobiography
- LWB First Edition
There are two different wheelbases available as well. The new seating configurations include the four, five, and seven-seater options. Land Rover is yet to announce all the prices and they will reveal the same on the day of the launch.
2022 Range Rover retains the iconic design
The Range Rover gets offers an iconic design that has not been changed in decades. The all-new Range Rover keeps the overall design intact while adding modern touches. With the strong character lines and new features, the all-new Range Rover is easily identifiable and can be differentiated from the older models easily. Land Rover claims that each headlamp cluster uses about 1.2 million mirrors to reflect the light.
The new Range Rover gets updated with new headlamps, a new distinctive grille, and new air intakes positioned lower in the bumper. The rear gets more significant updates with a gloss black panel with integrated brake lamps. These lamps disappear when they do not glow and give the SUV a clean look.
Land Rover has also added the flush-fitting door handles like the Velar while the tailgate continues to get the split.
The new model is based on the MLA-Flex architecture that can handle ICE, Plug-in hybrid, and exclusive EV powertrains.
2022 Range Rover offers a plethora of features
Range Rover has evolved into a sort of luxurious SUV and the new model takes it a notch up. The SUV offers 35 speakers 1,600W Meridian Signature sound system with active cancellation that cancels out any wheel vibration, tyre noise, and engine noise by producing a counter signal.
In the middle of the dashboard sits a massive 13.1-inch floating infotainment system with the Pivi Pro operation system. It also gets haptic feedback. The instrument cluster is a 13.7-inch display and there is an upgraded heads-up display as well. The new Range Rover will come with third-row seating for the first time. The seven-seat configuration will be available only with the long-wheelbase version.
What powers the all-new Range Rover?
Land Rover will offer three different engine options in the Indian market. The 3.0-litre six-cylinder petrol engine produces a maximum power of 395 hp and 550 Nm of peak torque. The 3.0-litre diesel unit produces a maximum of 346 hp and 700 Nm of peak torque. Both the engine options get standard 48V mild-hybrid to increase fuel efficiency.
The top-of-the-line variant will come with a 5.0-litre supercharged engine sourced from BMW. It generates a maximum power of 523 PS and a peak torque of 750 Nm. The new 4.4-litre engine replaces the 5.0-litre supercharged engine. Another noteworthy feature is the rear-wheel steering up to 7 degrees, which will definitely make it easier to maneuver given the SUV’s large footprint.
The new Range Rover will take on the likes of the Bentley Benatyga and the Mercedes Benz GLS Maybach.
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