Range Rover facelift spy shots
Range Rover’s don’t change much. The first generation of the original luxury SUV went 25 years without a significant change. So this facelift due in 2012 (the second in this generation’s ten year history,) almost seems unnecessary. The reality is that the original Range Rover didn’t change because the companies that owned it during that time didn’t have the cash, and the cars were still selling well. Now, Land Rover gets to dig into the deep pockets of its new owner Tata to refresh a car that was initially developed by BMW.
The 2012 Range Rover will be an all-new aluminium-bodied SUV featuring new headlamps, radiator grille and front bumper – with the arrival of LED tail lights at the rear. Externally, the rest of the car remains unchanged.