The new 2013 Land Rover Range Rover claims to be the most refined Range Rover ever. Lighter, stronger, and with new levels of refinement, this is the fourth generation of the Range Rover line.
Designed and engineered in Britain at Land Rover's development centres, the new 2013 Rover will be manufactured in a new aluminium production facility at Land Rover's Home in Solihull, United Kingdom.
Inside the 2013 Range Rover
Being the world's first SUV with an all-aluminium unibody structure, it has weight savings of up to 926lbs (420kg), almost 39 per cent lighter than the steel body in the outgoing model. This aluminium platform delivers enhancements in performance and agility, along with an improvement in fuel economy and reduction in CO2 emissions.
Within the cabin, the all-new Range Rover has acoustic lamination of the windshield and side door glass which significantly reduce noise levels. It has over 4.7 inches more legroom than the outgoing model, and there is the option of a two place rear seating package.
Exclusive sound systems by British audio specialists MeridianTM are standard. Another innovation featured in the new Range Rover is the next-generation of Land Rover's Terrain Response® system. This basically analyses the current driving conditions and road surfaces through on-board sensors, and automatically selects the most suitable vehicle settings programme for the terrain.
This Range Rover will continue to offer a choice of V8 engines in the North American market, enhanced by new eight-speed ZF automatic transmissions.
It will be available in over 160 markets worldwide; and while we're going to have to wait until early September and the Paris Motor Show 2012 for full technical specification and pricing, click here check out the other luxury cars you can buy now.
Via Land Rover
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