2013 Range Rover sheds some its camouflage
The Range Rover Evoque transformed the boxy-old ranger into a chic off-roader unlike any other. Now, Land Rover is getting ready to launch the fourth generation of their flagship Range Rover model. The next-gen Range Rover is expected to arrive some time later in the year and could carry quite a few design details borrowed from the Evoque. Until now, we’ve been seeing heavily disguised test mules, but now for the first time, the Range Rover seems to have shed its camouflage.
The changes to the body of the car are now evident. The bold lines of the past have been softened down. The front end now features LED lights and thin LED strips replace the turn signals. The grille is raked like that on the Evoque, although it does seem to retain the Range Rover’s classy, statesmanlike appearance. The SUVs profile has not changed much though.
That said, the new Range Rover will be based on a new light-weight platform which would make the SUV mode agile. The new aluminium architecture is also believed to improve legroom and an adaptive suspension setup would allow the mighty SUV to take on the harshest terrains while on the other hand being a comfortable ride for the elite with a touch of a button. Enjoy the new pictures of the upcoming Range Rover.
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