- Portofino Blue Metallic Paint
- Including 10-Spoke Diamond Turned Wheels (£1,500) & Electrically Deployable Towbar (£1,095)
- Land Rover Manufacturer's Warranty until October 2025
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The Range Rover always springs to mind when the words ‘luxury’ and ‘SUV’ are mentioned. Other manufacturers may have tried to mimic the recipe used by Land Rover, however, none have more years in the luxury SUV game. Land Rover realised early on that the key to the new Range Rover wasn’t a complete re-design but revising and updating old features. The finished product is one that we are familiar with in the way it looks and drives, but undoubtedly feels refreshed. The overall design is now slicker with a less ‘boxy’ appearance with nicely proportioned sections.
The latest Pivo Pro touchscreen is larger than the previous generation with satisfying haptic feedback when navigating and selecting. Physical HVAC dials remain which doesn’t overcomplicate things, with a re-designed gear selector which replaces the cylindrical selector design. Only the latest technology has been employed with the new Range Rovers. An example of this is the 48-Volt ant-roll bars that communicate directly with the sat-nav, so the car knows if any sharp corners are ahead. Rear-wheel steering is a standard feature, making the large dimensions feel more manageable in smaller spaces.
This particular example features the P400 petrol engine, the straight six carried over from the previous generation. This engine offers 395 bhp and a top speed of 150mph with more than enough shove to manoeuvre the car out of most tight off-road spots. The new generation Range Rovers provide the refresh the brand needed without deviating far from their class-leading recipe.