The new Range Rover, Land Rover’s flagship SUV, is new from the ground up. It rides on the company’s new Modular Longitudinal Architecture, which is a chassis that promises improved ride, handling, and better passenger isolation from the road. Two wheelbases will be available, an SWB short wheelbase, and seven-passenger LWB extended-length version. Both models will become available next year in SE, Autobiography, and upscale First Edition trim levels, with the latter only available during the first year of production.
Available wood, plated metal, and carbon-fiber finishes, add to the plush look inside, but the most luxurious material used might be the white ceramics, which can be found on the shifter, volume and climate control knobs, start button, Terrain Response controller and even on the front armrest adjusters. The exterior has a distinctively minimalist look, with crisp lines, flush features, and no recesses in the bodywork. Power is derived from BMW-sourced mild-hybrid powertrains on the P400 SE, while a twin-turbocharged V8 drives the Autobiography and First Edition models. The new Range Rover is available for order now, with deliveries beginning in 2023.