Land Rover introduces more options for its models
Land Rover is making a number of updates to its Range Rover Sport and Range Rover in next year's models. This will reiterate the two models' status as the number one luxury and sporting SUVs in the world for both off- and on-road driving.
The group marketing director for Jaguar Land Rover, Phil Popham, explained: "As the world's best luxury and premium sporting SUVs, the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport have long offered an unrivalled combination of performance, luxury and off-road capability. These latest updates ensure both vehicles maintain their market-leading positions, with a special focus on performance, efficiency and increased personalisation options."
Next year's models will feature cleaner engines with even better performance levels. There are some unique new features for both models, which include updated puddle lamps that throw the car's silhouette onto the ground when it is dark to light the way for the driver and passengers. Power blinds and fixed panoramic roofs will be offered, which give a feeling of more space and light in the cabins, and 19-inch alloys finished in dark satin grey introduce more style.
There has been some updating of the colour schemes, which will feature Aruba Silver and Kaikoura Stone, and it will be possible to have a long-wheelbase derivative with sophisticated 22-inch alloys.
Inside the cabin, the Intelligent Cargo Mode can sense if the seats at the back are going to touch the front seats when folded down for an increase in luggage space; if this is the case, the system will automatically move the front seats forward.
The two models are available to order now.