Its been a long time coming, and it must certainly have been one of the most heavily publicised development programs in recent times but the wraps have finally come off the all new Range Rover. Although much has changed, it remains instantly recognisable – perhaps the sign of a true icon?
So what’s different? Well the biggest headline grabber seems to be the weight saving – 420kgs lighter than its predecessor which also leads to improved fuel economy and lower CO2 outputs meaning that the new RR is also much greener. On the tech side of things is an all new highly intelligent suspension system called Terrain Response. This system constantly monitors the road and driving conditions and instantly adjusts the settings to ensure the best possible ride for its occupants.
The outgoing RR had set the standard for interior design and comfort and this looks to be raised yet again with the new model. Everywhere you look you see clean design that meets with sumptuous levels of luxury. Rear occupants will now enjoy even more legroom too as it grows by 118mm.
Engine wise, both petrol and diesel options will be available – a V8 petrol and V6 & V8 diesels. Deliveries will begin in early 2013 with prices to be confirmed.