The new Range Rover set to launch world over

The new Range Rover is set to launch world over

August 16, 2012: The all-new Range Rover, the most capable and luxurious Land Rover yet, is going to be available world over from September 2012. Lighter, stronger and with new levels of refinement, the Range Rover reinforces its position as the world’s finest luxury SUV.

It is the world’s first SUV with a revolutionary lightweight all-aluminium monocoque body structure, which is 39 per cent lighter than the steel body in the outgoing model enabling total vehicle weight savings of up to 420kg. The lightweight aluminium platform has helped in fuel economy and CO2 emissions.

Amongst the industry-leading innovations is a next-generation version of Land Rover’s Terrain Response system, which analyses the current driving conditions and automatically selects the most suitable vehicle settings for the terrain. Within the car, the Range Rover provides occupants with a sensation of serene isolation, meeting the highest luxury car standards for refinement.

The sumptuous interior incorporates distinctive Range Rover design cues with clean, elegant surfaces which are flawlessly presented using the finest leathers and veneers.  With over 118mm more legroom, the rear occupants benefit from vastly increased space and comfort, with the option of a new two-seat Executive Class seating package for the ultimate in rear-seat luxury.

On sale from September 2012 (market dependent), with customer deliveries scheduled to start from early 2013, the new Range Rover will be available in over 160 markets worldwide.

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