The 2023 Range Rover is the fifth-generation model in the range rover line-up. It looks similar to the outgoing model and has also remained true to its roots maintaining the model looks. but despite that, the new model features updated exterior and interior styling, new tech features and luxury details. in the new range rover lineup, only two models of powertrain options are available; the turbocharged inline-six and the supercharged V-8. The diesel V-6 and plug-in-hybrid P400e models trims have been discontinued in the new generation. the range rover competes with new rivals such as the new Mercedes GLS and BMW X7. But how good is the new range rover? Keep reading on and let us find out.
2023 range rover redesign
The design of the 2023 Range Rover is flawless, without a doubt. It starts by being smoother in design and having new exterior elements compared to the previous model. The front bumper appears completely new from the front, while with the SV models, all you get is a grille with a model-specific appearance. All versions in the lineup come standard with all-LED headlights. The Range Rover has options for both short and extended-wheelbase variants in the most recent generation. The new range is equipped with optional 23-inch wheels in addition to the regular 20-inch alloy wheels.
Engine, Power, Transmission
Under the hood, the 2023 Range Rover generation is powered by either a turbocharged inline-six engine coupled with a 48-volt hybrid technology. 395 horsepower is produced by this combo. The second choice is the 4.4-litre twin-turbo v8 petrol engine, which produces 528 horsepower. Unfortunately, the entry-level SE model is the only one that offers a hybrid powertrain. the First Edition and Autobiography models come standard with the V-8, which is an option on the SE.
A plug-in hybrid option with 434 will reportedly be added to the lineup in 2023 and will reportedly have a range of up to 62 miles on electric power. In addition, a high-performance SV variant and all-electric vehicles will be offered to start in 2024.
2023 Range Rover sport interior
Stepping inside, the 2023 Range Rover features a sense of luxury. Thanks to the quality leather and wood detailing you get in the cabin. A new leather-free option is also available which features wool components and other textiles. The seating configuration comes as either a four, five or seven seating arrangement depending on the wheelbase.
The cargo space comes with an optional motorized divider to prevent your luggage from moving around during long travels
Infotainment and connectivity features
On the dashboard, all you get is full-width air vents and at the centre of it comes a new 13-inch touchscreen infotainment system. This features Land Rover’s new Pi-vi Pro software, which supports wireless Apple Car-play Android Auto and Amazon’s Alexa,. The digital gauge features a 13.7-inch display. A rear-seat entertainment system with dual 11.4-inch displays comes as standard, also, a Meridian stereo system with 35 speakers is also available.
Safety and driver assistant features
The new range rover offers modern safety and driver assistance features. This includes Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode
2023 Range Rover price
The starting Pricing for the 2023 Range Rover is $104,500. This is one of the most expensive starting pricing for a luxury SUV. Starting prices for the entry-level Autobiography and First Edition trims are respectively $157,600 and $164,000. Retailing at $193,100, the top-of-the-line SV trim may be optioned up to $240,000.