2018 Land Rover Range Rover

Oct 13, 2017

Category: Rides

Originally created to be the city-dwelling counterpart to the Land Rover, the Range Rover line has earned its own place amongst some of the greatest SUVs of all time. And it looks like 2018 will be another good year for the line, as the whole catalog is getting some excellent upgrades.

For starters, their exteriors will benefit from an updated grille, new LED headlights, a clamshell hood, and six new alloy wheel designs. On the inside you can find new touchscreen monitors in the back of the cab, a 12-inch high resolution dashboard, adjustable interior features that can be controlled via your smartphone, gesture-controlled sunblinds, and so much more. And, of course, the line comes with a range of engine options, including a 340 horsepower V6, a 557 horsepower V8, and – in 2019 – a plug-in hybrid powertrain. The new 2018 Range Rovers will start at $87,350.

Purchase: $87,350+

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