Introducing the all new Range Rover, a true icon since 1973.
For more than 45 years Range Rover has set standards in luxury and capability. Since the reveal of the first ever Range Rover in 1970, the vehicle has continuously evolved. The world’s most luxurious SUV features superb levels of sophistication, inherent capability and design inspiration, together with technological advances that set it apart. We look back at the history of the series of luxury SUV’s known as the Range Rover family.
The distinctive design of the Range Rover is aimed to be eye capturing, wherever you go.
The Range Rover now has more presence than ever on the road. With the distinctive design of the silhouette, rearward sloping roof, and continuous waistline, the Range Rover heritage is unmistakable.
Every feature on the brand new Range Rover has been designed to give the car a sleek and professional look. The highly technical, digital headlights that wrap around the car enhance the streamlined exterior and contemporary appearance.
Sleek and luxurious built in to the aspect of comfort.
The first ever Range Rover with three rows of seats brings a more practical element to the design. The spacious and generous interior allows for comfortable travels, no matter where you're sitting.
The compelling interior design has innovations that create a sense of luxury and sanctuary when onboard the vehicle. Sophisticated and precise designs through minimalistic features will make it feel like travelling in first class. The new Range Rover is the pinnacle of Land Rover's materiality strategy in line with sustainable motives. Interior options for the new Range Rover are more sustainable, more progressive and more responsible.
Modern technology to make your travels easier.
For ease of personalisation the new Range Rover comes with a built in touch screen command centre allowing for settings within the car to be changed with a quick touch. All your needs can be met through this central control. Features include a massage, heated seats and adjustment of seats.
TOUCH PRO DUO
The floating 13.1" Curved Glass PIVI Pro Touchscreen allows you to view all the information on one screen. The features include a premium navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, whilst allowing you to adjust media settings.
The electrically deployable tow bar allows for ease when towing items. Let your stressful towing days be over and welcome the new stress-free ones.
With an 8-speed automatic transmission, adaptive dynamics and an all terrain progress control, driving has never seemed better. The design is comprised to ensure your travels are safe, easy and powerful.
RANGE ROVER HISTORY
1970 - First Production 3-Door Range Rover
Following the successful testing of the Velar concept vehicle, the first Range Rover was revealed to the world. It was met with widespread critical acclaim, thanks to rare combination of capability and elegant design. It was the first vehicle to deliver permanent 4 Wheel Drive and feature split tailgate, clamshell bonnet and continuous waistline.
1981 - 4-Door Range Rover
After 11 years on the market, the Range Rover Classic was made available as a four-door vehicle, giving greater options to the vehicle’s ever-growing fan base.
1994 - Second Generation Range Rover
More luxurious than its predecessor, the design accents of the second generation vehicle, such as the iconic silhouette and the introduction of rectangular headlamps in place of the circular ones have stood the test of time, making the vehicle instantly recognisable to the present day.
2001 - Third Generation Range Rover
Ever evolving, this Range Rover was the first to be built with a monocoque single shell body. The design inspiration for the hull was taken from the tapering of The Italian Riva speedboat, while the pulleys on the luxury yacht prompted the metallic finishes inside the vehicle.