The new Range Rover and Range Rover Sport packs in a compelling design and supreme comfort with utmost sophistication. There’s a new clamshell bonnet crafted out of a single sheet of aluminium, new atlas mesh front grille, updated bumpers which are very much like the Velar, matrix LED headlights and taillights with dynamic sequential illuminating indicators. The rear bumper is new and so are the trim vents on the sides of the SUV.
Inside both the models feature an updated interior with Semi-Aniline leather, wider seats with deep cushioning and 10.10 inch Touch Pro duo infotainment system with improved graphics. Features on board the SUV’s include hot stone massage function, ambient lighting, aluminium thread pads with Range Rover script and fixed panoramic sunroof with gesture sunblind’s, gesture tailgate, automatic access height, soft close door and terrain response. The Range Rover Sport benefits from front and rear cooled seats.
Under the hood the SUV’s are powered by a range of petrol and diesel motors. The petrol engines include 3.0 litres V6 which churns out 335hp and 450Nm torque and a 5.0 litre V8 Supercharged motor screams out 518Hp and 625 Nm torque. The diesel engines consist of a 255 Hp 3.0 litre V6 which produces out 600 Nm torque and 335 Hp 4.4 litre mill which puts out 740 Nm torque. All powerplants come mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission as standard.
The 2019 Range Rover is also available in two new colours Byron Blue and Rosselo Red.