Once you say Land Rover you automatically think of sport utility vehicles. The Range Rover is the company’s premium brand, which it a very successful one. Every car producer tries to come up with something different and to make competition between brands bigger and bigger. To resist in a field that is continuously changing you have to come up with something new whenever the market requires it. So, here we are studying the updated versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport.
Both the Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport have received additional 40 Nm (29 lb-ft) of torque. Their 4.4-liter SDV8 engine is now able to generate 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) between 1,700 rpm and 3,300 rpm. The powering unit continues to output 339 PS (249 kW) delivered to the wheels via an updated ZF 8-speed automatic gearbox featuring an updated torque converter now boasting a twin-spring damper.
Besides this reasonable engine upgrade the two Range Rover versions get new puddle lamps, fixed panoramic roofs with power blinds, 19-inch Satin Dark Grey alloys for the Range Rover while the LWB variant can be had with 22-inch alloys. Some fresh body paints are available: Kaikoura Stone and Aruba Silver along with body-colored or black roof and door sills. The SUVs feature a Cargo Mode system which automatically moves the front seats forward when detecting contact with the rear ones. After the rear seats are folded flat, the front ones will automatically return to as close as possible to their original position.
The Range Rover and Range Rover Sport have some other options such as InControl Remote and InControl Secure providing services such as SOS Emergency Call, Optimised Land Rover Assistance, Wi-Fi and the possibility to track the vehicle in case it's stolen. These updates are just another thing that confirms Land Rover’s position as the world’s best luxury and premium sporting SUVs, unrivalled in their breadth of capability, both on- and off-road.
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