Take Your First Look At The 2022 Range Rover In These Leaked Images
The leaked images show that the new Range Rover has carried on with its typical silhouette and gets connected LED tail lamps at the rear
Its cabin will also get an updated digital driver’s display, a new steering wheel, and Land Rover’s Pivi Pro infotainment system.
Land Rover could offer the next-gen SUV with a pair of 3-litre engines: a petrol and the other a diesel.
Expected to come to India and command a premium over the current-gen SUV’s price range of Rs 2.10 crore to Rs 4.38 crore (ex-showroom, pan-India).
While the front profile seems similar to the current-gen model’s at first glance, it is when you closely observe the front grille and bumper that you notice the new styling updates. Although Land Rover has retained the overall silhouette of the SUV, it has given the 2022 Range Rover new alloy wheels, flush-fitting door handles, and a completely different rear end featuring connected LED tail lights.
The next-gen Range Rover could get a 3-litre petrol engine and a 3-litre diesel motor (with mild-hybrid tech) as standard while there’s also a possibility of a performance version which could be powered by the carmaker’s supercharged V8 engine. Land Rover could offer a plug-in hybrid variant of the SUV as well. And the powertrain options aren’t likely to end here as the 2022 SUV could also be electrified in the future.
From the images, it is safe to say that the 2022 Range Rover’s cabin will get the Pivi Pro infotainment software, albeit in a bigger touchscreen unit. It will also come with physical buttons for climate control, a new steering wheel, and an updated digital driver’s display. Land Rover is also expected to equip the next-gen SUV with its rear-wheel steering system, latest version of its autonomous driving aid, and Terrain Response System.
While the new Range Rover is expected to come to India, we don’t have an exact timeframe for it. The new Range Rover is expected to come to our shores, albeit the exact timeline is yet unknown. Given the updates, it will certainly command a premium over the current-gen SUV’s price range of Rs 2.10 crore to Rs 4.38 crore (ex-showroom pan-India). The next-gen Range Rover will fend off competition from the likes of the Lexus LX, BMW X7, and Mercedes-Benz GLS.
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