There’s very little in this latest Range Rover that isn’t new. By creating a new aluminium platform the latest Rangie is significantly lighter than the old car, there’s clever new suspension to give an even smoother ride but without wallow or hurting the essential off-road ability.
Arguably the biggest change however is in the length. This fourth generation Range Rover is the first to be available in long-wheelbase form. That means stacks of extra legroom in the rear, two seats rather than three and the top-spec Autobiography version only. Add in the supercharged V8 and you have the last word in luxury.
Looks and image
The Range Rover pulls off the remarkable trick of looking completely modern and stylish yet it couldn’t be mistaken for anything else. It’s been around for a couple ...