Land Rover has recently announced its latest Range Rover model set for release in 2013 – claiming it to be its most efficient yet. The early unveiling of the fourth-generation model came unexpectedly following an information leak which caused Land Rover to take the wraps off the new 4×4. The new luxurious model is claimed to have all the signature features of previous models but with enhanced capabilities – being more spacious, lighter and sturdier than ever before.
The new Range Rover is due to make its first official appearance in September at the eagerly awaited Paris Motor Show. However, for those buyers out there interested in making a purchase, prices and orders will not commence until 2013. A feature of particular interest is that the 2013 Range Rover has been engineered via an all-aluminium unibody – shaving approximately 420kg off its weight compared to the outgoing model. Those who take preference in vehicles with enhanced fuel economy and low emissions will concur with the improved figures of the new model compared to the 30.1 mpg and 253g/km of the current model.
As expected the new Range Rover is equipped with the latest gizmos and gadgets including the latest Land Rover’s Terrain Response system. As the name suggests this system accurately analyses the environment to alter the settings for optimum driving in the current terrain. To prove that the system actually works the model has been the subject of a range of Land Rover’s strenuous testing in a variety of countries and extreme climates.
In addition a refined suspension system has helped Land Rover achieve a smoother, more comforting ride. As with many other Land Rover models, the interior doesn’t fail to impress in terms of design, comfort and space. The new model incorporates many features of previous designs but with an extra 11.8cm of legroom and the release of a new two-seat ‘executive class’ seating package for unprecedented rear-seat comfort. The confirmation of exact specifications will have to wait until the Paris opening but a seven-seated adaptation is likely to appear within the new range.
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