The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover Debuts With Two Plug-In Hybrid Options, All-Wheel Steering, And A Whole Lot Of Other Features

The fifth-gen Land Rover Range Rover debuts with eight different engine options in total, new tech features, and a new exterior design

Land Rover took the wraps off the fifth-gen Range Rover. It comes with a host of new stuff, right from the aesthetics to changes under the skin

On the outside, the SUV looks more rounded than before. The sharp cuts and creases have almost disappeared. However, this has resulted in an impressive drag coefficient of 0.30

The derriere is completely redesigned. The slim vertically slat taillights with the black bar connecting them is bound to draw polarizing opinions

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover is based on a new MLA-Flex architecture. It will be offered in three styles – Standard wheelbase, Long wheelbase, and Long wheelbase with seven seats

Inside the cabin, there’s a 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster and a 13.1-inch touchscreen system on the center console. The rear passengers benefit from two 11.4-inch entertainment displays

Some other features include 22-inch wheels, four-zone climate control, 24-way adjustable seats, wireless Apple CarPlay and wireless Android Auto, a 35-speaker Meridian sound system, etc.

There are eight engine options in total – three gasoline, three diesel, and two plug-in hybrids. One of the gasoline mills is a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 that makes 524 HP and 553 lb/ft of torque!

The plug-in hybrids mills make 434 HP and 457 lb/ft of torque, and 503 HP and 516 lb/ft of twist. The motor is integrated into the transmission and is powered by a 38.2 kWh battery pack

Land Rover says that the electric-only WLTP range is rated at 62 miles, whereas the real-world electric range is expected to be around 50 miles. A fully electric Range Rover will join the lineup in 2024

The company has also introduced all-wheel-steering. It allows the rear wheels to turn up to 7.3 degrees, which results in a turning radius of less than 36.1 feet

The fifth-gen Range Rover also comes with an adaptive air suspension and electronically controlled active anti-roll bars

The starting price of the 2022 Range Rover is $104,000. This is an increase of $12,000 over the outgoing model. The SUV is live on the U.S. website, indicating it is ready for deliveries

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