T snot of the strong camouflage is already now It is easy to see that the designers have retained the angular body. The passenger cell has been redesigned a little, the wheel arches are a stronger one. At the front, the Range Rover carries the headlight units familiar from the Defender, and at the rear, too, the large Range Rover takes over the lighting styling of the off-roader that has just been presented. Inside we expect the infotainment system with the 10-inch touchscreen, as it is implemented in the Defender.
Range Rover also comes as a sport and crossover
The Range Rover is based on the new one British MLA (Modular Longitudinal Architecture) platform. This aluminum platform allows conventional drives with gasoline and diesel engines as mild hybrids, but also plug-in hybrids and pure electric drives. The Jaguar XJ is the first model to be launched on this basis. At Land Rover, Range Rover Sport (from 2021) but also the Ranger Rover as a crossover (Road Rover) and the long version of the Ranger Rover will be built on the new platform.
Under the hood comes the recently launched Ingenium -In-line six-cylinder petrol engine with 48-volt mild hybrid technology and 400 hp are used. The two-liter four-cylinder is also on board as the basic engine. Turbo-diesel units are sure to find their way. The top engine is likely to be a turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine from BMW that will power the Range Rover Sport in the future. The 5.0-liter V8 will be phased out after engine production of the eight-tender ends at the Ford plant in Bridgend.