Jaguar Range Rover is here! Check out its features, specs, prices & more
The present Range Rover – imported as a CBU – is priced between Rs 2.10 crore and Rs 4.38 crore (ex-showroom), and the fifth-generation SUV will almost definitely be priced higher.
The fourth-generation Range Rover's reign has ended after nearly a decade, with the all-new 2022 Range Rover making its global premiere in the UK ahead of its market debut early in 2022. The fifth-generation Range Rover, the crown jewel of the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) crown, hopes to expand on the success of its predecessor, which rose to become one of the world's most famous luxury SUVs over its nine-year tenure. Although significant technical modifications have been made, Land Rover's flagship SUV's distinctive design has been kept with the Gen 5 model.
The 2022 Range Rover has a length of more than 5 metres, which can be extended to 5.25 metres in the long-wheelbase version, a width of 2.20 metres, a height of 1.87 metres, and a wheelbase of almost 3 metres, which can be extended to 3.19 metres in the long-wheelbase version. It comes in three trim levels: SE, HSE, and Autobiography.
The legendary Range Rover's design has undergone significant alterations in its fifth iteration. It is distinguished by three lines that may be traced back through all five generations. The front gets new grille decorations as well as digital LED headlamps with DRLs.
Closer inspection reveals 'Digital LED' headlights, a new grille, redesigned front bumper with a two-bar insert, reshaped 'gills' on the flanks, flush-fitting door handles, and an almost-seamless glasshouse that lends the 'floating' roof effect. The wheel widths range from 21 to 23 inches, depending on the variation. There's a gloss black vertical bar at the back (houses hidden turn indicators) that flows into vertical tail-light housings that are only visible when illuminated.
The Range Rover is the first Land Rover SUV to include Power Assisted Doors with integrated danger recognition and anti-pinch functionality. All four doors are electrically assisted and may be operated from the Pivi Pro infotainment screen on the inside. The new Range Rover will be offered in both standard-wheelbase (SWB) and extended wheelbase (LWB) configurations (LWB). The 2022 Range Rover SWB is 75 mm longer and has a 2,997 mm wheelbase than its predecessor. The Range Rover LWB, on the other hand, is 5,252 mm long, with the extra 200 mm of length going into the wheelbase, which is 3,197 mm long.
On the inside, the 2018 Range Rover receives an entirely new dashboard and an upgraded infotainment system. A 13.1-inch curved, floating touchscreen (with haptic feedback for the Pivi Pro infotainment system, which has Alexa integration and will get over-the-air updates) and a 13.7-inch full-digital instruments display are standard, with a head-up display as an option. A redesigned double-bar steering wheel, physical controls for the temperature control system, a full-size panoramic sunroof, and 11.4-inch entertainment displays for rear-seat passengers are also incorporated.
The Range Rover will continue to be offered in four- and five-seat configurations, but for the first time, owners of the LWB model will be able to select a seven-seat arrangement, with a third-row believed to be comfortable even for taller adults. Land Rover has already begun accepting orders for the next Range Rover, with delivery to India set to start in 2022. The present Range Rover – imported as a CBU – is priced between Rs 2.10 crore and Rs 4.38 crore (ex-showroom), and the fifth-generation SUV will almost definitely be priced higher.