Land Rover just revealed some teaser photographs of the fifth-generation range rover. When it comes to this premium legendary SUV, we talk about elegance and exquisite styling. With the 2022 Range Rover’s introduction just days away, we got a sneak peek at what we may anticipate from it. This begins with fresh styling and improvements to both the outside and interior.
This classic luxury SUV competes with the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS.
It appears to have a cleaner design and smoother aesthetics than the previous model. The luxury SUV appears to retain its boxy design, but with modern accents and the appearance of a Range Rover Velar.
More improvements to the rear end include new vertical taillights attached to the bar that houses the Range Rover emblem. Not only that, but the taillights are visible from the side profile, which the previous models were not. The blacked-out glass house is still there, but the roof appears to be brand new.
Luxurious interior and updated infotainment system
The interior of the 2022 Range Rover is fresh, opulent, and modern. A new redesigned four-spoke steering wheel is included in the cockpit. Although a huge infotainment screen is offered, the 2018 Range Rover appears to keep a lot of dials on the dashboard.
The new Jaguar Landrover luxury SUV is outfitted with new comfortable seats throughout. We also anticipate that the new lineup will include a third-row option.
Engine power and transmission
The Range Rover has three powertrain options, beginning with a turbocharged inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system named P400, which produces 395 horsepower. During our first test drive, it proved to be silky-smooth and powerful enough to tow the huge Range Rover around.
A 523-hp twin-turbo 4.4-liter V-8 engine dubbed the P530 by Land Rover is even more potent, increasing the Range Rover’s towing capacity to 8200 pounds. The P530 accelerated the Range Rover to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds, while the P400 took 5.5 seconds. A P440e plug-in hybrid with 434 horsepower is also available, but exclusively on the short wheelbase SE grade.
Range Rover Price
The pricing of the 2023 Range Rover will vary depending on the model and trim level selected. This ranges from the starting price of the 2023 Range Rover Evoque at $46,400 MSRP* to the top price of the 2023 Range Rover at $218,300 MSRP*.