The all-new Range Rover uses precision engineering and state-of-the-art technology to deliver class-leading capability, versatility and unrivalled luxury. Available in standard or long wheelbase, and with the option of four well-equipped trim levels, the modern interpretation of this iconic model is ready for any journey.
Classic Range Rover design cues and colossal size make the contemporary model a standout on the road. From sleek front door gills, to the clamshell bonnet, split tailgate and 20-inch five-split-spoke alloy wheels, the iconic silhouette is distinctly Range Rover. Near flush glazing and gloss-black pillars accentuate the elegant floating roof, enhancing the car’s new gentle tapers and curves. All-terrain capability is improved using the latest body and chassis technologies, refining off-road proficiency and on road handling, while the lightweight aluminium body structure contributes to improved CO² emissions. A 3,500kg towing capacity further perfects the model’s flexibility for whatever your lifestyle demands.
Step inside the new Range Rover easily with the Automatic Access Height feature, which lowers the vehicle with precision for effortless entry and exit. Once inside, settle into soft leathers, surrounded by quality wood veneers and polished finishes. A crisp and uncluttered console places essential controls within easy reach, while the optional Head-up Display projects vehicle data directly onto the windscreen. This intelligent system uses innovative laser holographic techniques for superior colour saturation, brightness and contrast. The rugged usability of the Range Rover means space is a key priority, with a generous 909-litre load capacity which can be extended further by folding the rear bench seats. Already spacious in the standard wheelbase, the long wheelbase version adds 186mm to the second row, so back seat passengers can enjoy unparalleled comfort.
Two diesel engines, a supercharged petrol and a hybrid option, comprise the engine choice in the Range Rover line-up. A 245bhp 3.0-litre TDV6 diesel and 4.4-litre SDV8 diesel are offered across the range, except for the range-topping SVAutobiography trim, which features a single 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol unit. The lower-powered V6 diesel delivers capable performance figures to support the size of the model, but it is perhaps the 4.4-litre V8 diesel that you should be most excited about. It serves up 334bhp and the most torque of any Range Rover at 740Nm. It will do 0-60mph in a remarkable 6.9 seconds, going on to hit a top speed of 135mph. The supercharged V8 petrol is another blockbuster, delivering 503bhp and 625Nm of torque. A SDV6 Hybrid diesel is offered on the Autobiography trim, or on the long wheelbase SVAutobiography, with peak outputs of 349bhp and the best fuel economy in the range at 45.6mpg combined and emitting as little as 164g/km of CO².
A strong and cleverly engineered aluminium shell and a wide range of advanced active safety features makes the Range Rover one of the safest cars in its class. An impressive equipment list is offered as standard including a full set of airbags, an Anti-Lock Braking System, Electronic Stability Program, seatbelt reminders, Blind Spot Monitoring, Adaptive Cruise Control and Trailer Stability Assist. Bluetooth® connectivity with Intuitive Voice Control and satellite off-road navigation allow you to stay focused on the road ahead. If you need to keep your passengers entertained on long journeys, opt for the SDAutobiography for rear seat 10.2-inch TV screens with headphones and a rear media panel.
To test drive the Land Rover’s sovereign SUV, visit Swansway Land Rover in Stafford. You can also make an enquiry using the online contact form, or call 01785 336906
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