The Range Rover has been around with us for over 40 years now and is better than ever. However, the current generation Range Rover has been with us since 2002. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing because the Range Rover is as good as it gets. So why fix something that ain’t broke? Despite this point however, Land Rover has announced that they will be introducing an all-new Range Rover to replace the current generation.
Insider sources within Land Rover said that the new Range Rover will feature a more streamlined design, one that especially takes after the Evoque that was just launched. The “floating” roof, where all of the Range Rover’s pillars are shadowlined, will remain intact and the windshield will be more raked.
The source also tells us that the new Range Rover will be more advanced than ever so also expect a higher price tag, one that could top nearly as much as $200,000 depending on the configuration.
– By: Chris Chin
Source: Inside Line