The fifth generation Range Rover SUV has been unveiled by Jaguar Land Rover, and includes a facelift, new engine options and a host of new technologies and features.
Land Rover has also revealed that the 2022 Range Rover will have a different all-electric version in the next two years based on the carmaker’s new MLA Flex platform. It will complete a selection that currently includes two wheelbase versions, five engine options and a seating capacity of four to seven people.
Land Rover says, “The new Range Rover is a great representation of our vision of delivering the world’s most desirable premium automobiles to the most differentiated customers.” Thierry Bollor, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, said, “This is the next chapter in Range Rover’s 50-year history of pioneering innovation.
The 2022 Range Rover has a length of about 5 metres, which increases to 5.25 meters in the long wheelbase version, a width of 2.20 metres, a height of 1.87 metres, and a wheelbase of over 3 metres, which increases to 3.19 metres. Long wheelbase version. It comes in three trim levels: SE, HSE, and Autobiography.
The design of the iconic Range Rover has changed dramatically in the fifth generation. It is distinguished by three lines that can be traced over five generations. At the front, digital LED headlamps with new grille aesthetics and DRLs have been added.
The Range Rover is the first Land Rover SUV to include power assisted doors with danger recognition and anti-pinch functionality. All four doors are operable, and they can be operated from within using the Piwi Pro infotainment screen. The interior of the new Range Rover has also been heavily revamped to offer all the creature comforts it offers today. A 13.7-inch digital driver display is included, as well as a new 13.1-inch curved touchscreen infotainment system with the latest Piwi Pro software. It is wirelessly compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The steering wheel and console are also new, with fully digital temperature controls.
For rear passengers, there is an 11.4-inch touchscreen mounted behind the front seats. The Meridian Signature 3D surround sound system boasts a massive 1,600 W and 35 loudspeakers.
The boot of the new Range Rover has also been completely revised, which now has a loading floor that can be converted into a great camping spot with a cushion, backrest and speakers.