The all-new Range Rover has a clean and elegant shape which is derived from a fresh new interpretation of Range Rover design cues. While instantly recognisable as a Range Rover, the new vehicle takes a significant step forward with a bold evolution of the model’s iconic design. With Land Rover strength at its heart, the new model has been engineered from the ground up to be the most refined, most capable Range Rover ever.
At just under 5m long, the new model has a very similar footprint to the current Range Rover, but with a smoother and more aerodynamic shape, the roofline sits 20mm lower in access mode.
Fresh new interpretations of the classic design cues help to capture that essential Range Rover spirit, including the signature clamshell bonnet with its distinctive castellations, the floating roof, and the graphic of the side fender vents, now executed on the surface of the front doors.
The high performing range of petrol and diesel engines use the latest powertrain technology. Combined with the innovative all-aluminium technology, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are reduced by up to 25 percent when compared to the out-going 2012 Range Rover model.
The intelligent Stop/Start system on the LR-TDV6 diesel models automatically shuts down the engine as soon as the vehicle comes to rest. The engine automatically starts again as soon as you lift your foot from the brake.
The most advanced, most powerful, most complete luxury four-wheel drive vehicle is the Range Rover. Later in 2013, the engine line-up will be further boosted with the introduction of a state-of-the-art diesel hybrid powertrain designed to combine exceptional fuel efficiency (target CO2 169g/km)
The new Range Rover has been engineered with a powerful all-disc braking system for confident stopping in all conditions, featuring six-piston lightweight Brembo calipers on the front brakes for enhanced performance and reduced weight. The impressive stopping power of the new Range Rover is complemented by a comprehensive suite of active safety technologies, designed to enhance braking, stability and traction.
The new Range Rover has been engineered to meet and exceed the most stringent global safety standards. Its optimised aluminium body structure protects occupants using an incredibly strong and stable safety cell, which includes features such as the use of high strength AC300 aluminium within the crash structure and a composite reinforced B-post area to minimise intrusion in side impacts.
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