It is an interesting fact that the Range Rover from Land Rover, arguably one of the most celebrated luxury SUVs in the world, is owned by the Indian brand Tata Motors. The vehicle, so coveted all over the world today, actually dates back to 1970 when it was first launched. In its earlier avatar it was a three door wagon, while today, in its fourth generation, it is the mighty, muscular beast that now rules the roads.
Range Rover specs and features
The Range Rover is available in several engine choices; the 2 lt, 3 lt and 4.5 lt engines and a massive 5 lt petrol engine each with eight speed auto transmissions. Apart from all the features that one may expect in a high end car such as this one, the Range Rover also has some more in addition: for instance the pixel laser LED lights are five times brighter and produce a beam that illuminates up to half a km.
The InControl in-car infotainment system is an advanced and intuitively designed system that uses the latest tech to deliver a wealth of info and entertainment. The Terrain Response system and the all-wheel drive options help take on any kind of territory effortlessly. Four-zone Climate Control and Cabin Air Ionisation systems as well as the five seat versatility make for a comfortable ride. 16 way heated front seats, 24 way heated and cooled massage seats, driver and passenger seat memory and the 60:40 rear bench seats are some of the innovations in place.
The auto sunblind senses when the car is empty and closes automatically to prevent overheating. Intelligent stop/start systems reduce fuel consumption, aluminum build reduces CO2 emissions and recyclable material use make this a sustainable and ecofriendly vehicle.
Range Rover variants
The Range Rover has variants such as the Vogue, Vogue SE, Autobiography and SVAutobiography DYNAMIC. These range from the 2.0 lt petrol sport vehicle to 3.0 lt diesel, the 4.4 lt diesel to the 5.5 petrol vehicles. The Range Rover is priced from Rs. 99.48 lakh ex showroom for the base model up to Rs. 1.74 crore onwards for the top end flagship car.
What owners love about the Range Rover
The head turning design is one of the reasons why so many love this car. This is the sort of vehicle that makes its presence felt and declares the owner to be a person of substance; someone who has arrived in life. Owners appreciate the ecofriendly features that the car boasts and the effortless all terrain capabilities of the vehicle. The comfortable seats, thoughtful storage spaces, commanding view of the road ahead and the premium cabin receive appreciative mentions in Range Rover reviews. This is the car that many aspire to, but only a few can actually hope to own.