LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 2021 - 2022

Generation Information

Body style: SUV

Segment: Large SUV

After half-of-century on the market, Land Rover’s flagship started its fifth generation with a complete makeover from the ground up.
The Range Rover was the original luxury SUV. It offered image, comfort, luxury, and performance. With the fifth generation, Land Rover transitioned towards the electric-powered Range Rover by implementing hybrid drivetrains, and it was available in a short or long wheelbase.

Designing a luxobarge with a record aerodynamic factor might be useless as long as the overall frontal fascia was that big. Yet, Land Rover engineers struggled and created a 0.30 Cx, helping the big SUV get a better fuel efficiency. Its front fascia with flush headlights and raked grille looked like they were installed on a concept car. Moreover, another appealing factor was the shaved door handles system carried over from its siblings Range Rover Velar and Jaguar F-Type. The ascending beltline and the falling roof design were part of this aerodynamic concept.

Inside, the carmaker used all its resources to create a luxurious environment for four or five occupants. It was available in three trim levels: SE, HSE, and Autobiography. A 13.1” touchscreen display for the infotainment system allowed access to most onboard computer areas, while the driver’s side benefited from a 13.7” TFT instrument panel. Thanks to its luxurious yet sustainable materials used on the interior, the Range Rover SWB showed a high commitment from the carmaker for a cleaner future.

The new MLA platform used by Land Rover allowed the use of a new 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 powerplant carried over from BMW. In addition, a plug-in hybrid version provided a full-electric range of up to 80 km (50 miles).

LAND ROVER Range Rover 2021 2022

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