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    The Range Rover is a large luxury front-engine four-wheel drive sport utility vehicle (SUV) manufactured by the British automaker Land Rover. This model had four generations during its production; the last generation was introduced at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. This model is available with a high performing range of petrol and diesel engines combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The Range Rover has a lot of cool features like the reverse traffic detection system, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitor, panoramic roof, park assist system, etc. This vehicle gives you a sense of calm and luxury comfort while driving.

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    2013 Range Rover Prototype Noticed
    2013 Range Rover Prototype Noticed

    It's been 41 years since Land Rover launched its luxurious Range Rover, but the model's design has been changed only three times. The next generation Range Rover shouldn't rock the boat stylistically, but the fresh look is guaranteed.

    While the spy photographers managed to catch the engineers who were testing the new Rangy, the world can take a look at a prototype that's expected to be in production in 2012 as a 2013 model. It will most likely use lightweight rivet-bonded aluminum for the chassis with underpinnings borrowed from the Jaguar XJ, though modified a lot.

    The upcoming model will include the panels made of lightweight alloys, what results in a total reduction of about 992 pounds. The new off-roader seems to have a more aerodynamic shape with the roof being lower down and the back end longer. One of the significant upgrades that will definitely please the customers is the improved interior space that will offer a better fit and finish.

    While the powertrains have been changed for the current model recently, they will most likely stay the same for the next generation Range Rover. It'll be the usual V8, which sit in the range over two turbodiesels. Therefore, the off-roader will feature between 260 and 510 hp.

    Project Kahn Unveiled 2011 Range Rover Silver Autobiography
    Project Kahn Unveiled 2011 Range Rover Silver Autobiography

    Being one of the most unpredictable designers, Project Kahn has once again proved that the imagination of its engineers has no limits. One more SUV received an amazing transformation. Kahn engineers took silver Range Rover and delivered the 2011 Silver Autobiography, a tuning package, which perfectly complements the flawless appearance of the Range Rover.

    The custom designed SUV got a new front bumper as well as the front bumper spoiler and billet rings. The side skirts and rear bumper were also redesigned. Moreover, the Silver Autobiography body kit includes quad exhaust system and rear diffuser. On the top of this, Kahn added rear lamps, super sound, red side steps and brake calipers, a unique Kahn mesh grille and privacy glass as the additional stuff. The Silver Range Rover Autobiography comes with the elegant 22-inch RS600 wheels, which incorporate original model's center caps.

    2013 Range Rover Test-Mule Spotted Winter Testing
    2013 Range Rover Test-Mule Spotted Winter Testing

    The Range Rover SUV is by far Land Rover’s flagship vehicle. Models like the Range Rover Sport, LR2 and LR4 all share their core design and platform with the Range Rover, so there’s a lot of pressure resting on the Land Rover engineers’ shoulders when it comes to developing the next-gen model.

    The new Range Rover is expected to be based on a lightweight rivet-bonded aluminum chassis. Lightweight materials would allow engineers to cast up to 40 percent off the current SUV’s body. This would give the Range Rover a weight roughly equal to a fully-loaded luxury sedan, enhancing both performance and fuel efficiency.

    The latest spy shots of the upcoming model’s test-mule don’t tell much about the sort of new elements the new Range Rover will have, though the larger, bolted-on wheel arches hint that it will likely be wider and more roomy than the current one. Other details gathered from the spy pictures include a considerably lower roofline, resulting in a smaller overall look, and a wider track, as evidenced by the modified front and rear fenders.

    Codenamed L405, the new Range Rover is in its final stages of engineering definition. There’s also talk of a possible diesel-electric hybrid version of the SUV, which would likely make its debut in a couple of years after launch of the regular model.