Design The original Range Rover of 1970 wasn’t the first ever luxury 4x4, but it was the first to become a design and engineering icon. In the early 1970s, the Musée du Louvre in Paris even exhibited a Range Rover as an "exemplary work of industrial design". Despite almost fifty years of evolution today’s Range Rover has the same purity of line and function. The floating roof, clamshell bonnet, continuous waistline and distinctive side vents are instantly recognisable whether on the forecourt of a 5-star hotel or deep in the countryside.
Performance While the performance flagship Range Rover is powered by a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 that develops an impressive 565Hp and 700Nm of torque, Land Rover has kept up with the mood of the times by also offering an efficient and refined electric hybrid, the 400e. This is powered by a 2.0 litre 300HP Si4 Ingenium Petrol engine supported by a 105kW electric motor to deliver a combined output of 404HP. Other drivetrains include SDV6 3.0 and SDV8 4.4 litre diesels and P400 and P525 petrol engines. All power an eight-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive with the latest Terrain Response technology.
Technology Although lavishly equipped in standard form, further levels of luxury can be attained via the Range Rover Vogue, Vogue SE and Autobiography models. All models come with the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system that allows multiple functions to be accessed or viewed simultaneously, a 12.3” digital driver information display, Navigation Pro, a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and the Adaptive Dynamics system with electronic air suspension.
Safety Adaptive Dynamics, Cornering Brake Control, Emergency Braking and Dynamic Stability Control all come as standard across the range, while other trim levels add further driver assistance systems such as Driver Condition Monitor, Lane Keep Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist.

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