This Is The 2013 Range Rover
The first picture of the new generation Range Rover fell in the hands of MotorAuthority a few minutes ago, showing the car in its full glory. Well, it only shows the front of the car, but that’s what we all waned to see. The side profile appears to be unchanged, apart from the new gills maybe, and the back-end – as seen in many spyshots – is also similar to the current model. Only the taillights are different, and weird.
As for the front-end, new Evoque-inspired headlights, new bumper and a very shiny grille are the new stuff to set to the 2013 Range Rover apart from the older models. This, it seems, the best JLR designers could do to give the car a fresh look without ruining its character.
Range Rover has a timeless design that will remain roughly the same forever. That is not important. What is important, is all the new technologies in the new car that helps it retain its crown as the king of all SUVs. Weight saving has been the engineers’ main goal in developing the new RR. That is what they are focusing on to reduce the car’s fuel consumption and carbon emissions without having to change the powertrains.
So the new model still gets naturally-aspirated and supercharged V8 engine, as well as a V6 and a V8 diesel. There will eventually be a hybrid version, but not in the near future.
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