Revolutionary Range Rover

The options:

5.0L Supercharged V8 510HP(that’s the one you want)

5.0L Naturally-aspirated V8

3.0L Supercharged V6 340 HP

3.0L V6 Diesel

I’ve always been a huge fan of Land Rover/Range Rover. They are the epitome of form follows function in the Sport Utility Vehicle category. The Range Rover is extremely versatile in virtually any environment you throw it in; all while the driver is immersed in luxury with every creature comfort you need right at your fingertips. With that said, I would like to introduce you to the all-new Land Rover Range Rover, properly gorgeous, don’t you agree? This new Range has been redesigned from scratch, and made entirely from aluminum. This means that the new Range weigh 400kgs less than the old Range Rover. On the outside it looks completely refreshed and, in my opinion simply stunning. If given the opportunity I would take mine in the two-tone color way of black and graphite. The interior is pure luxury, heated and cooled seats and multi-way climate control. Buyers can choose from a wide variety of color patterns to suit every taste. The dashboard and interior switches have been cleared and updated to a very minimalist theme. In the backseat, passengers are given an extra 4 inches of legroom.

Now for the technical bits, the new Range comes with an 8-speed gearbox for more power of course. Most notably it offers a new active suspension system, which gives an unparalleled smooth ride on the road and extremely adaptive off-road. Cornering at speed in the old model was much like sitting on Lebron James’ shoulders as he goes for a lay up. The electric power steering allows the driver to point and shoot the Range with pristine accuracy.

This fresh model comes with a “Terrain Response System”(TRS), which allows you to select different ride settings depending on the type of surface you’re. When the “TRS” is in automatic mode, the car will work out what kind of landscape it is on and what the proper ride height should be without you doing anything. Continuing on with the list of modifications, the new Range has the ability to wade in 36 inches of water, thanks in part to the air intake being moved to the top of the bonnet.

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