Land Rover Range Rover Review 2022

Land Rover Range Rover At A Glance

+All-new PHEV models.

-On sale late 2021.

New prices start from £94,400
Insurance Group 50

It may look very similar to the old model, but this is the all-new Range Rover – a car that rivals posh large SUVs such as the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS.

The new Range Rover is on sale now and we'll bring you a full review in the coming months. Lots has changed compared to the old model – it's the first Range Rover ever to be offered with seven seats, you can choose from two PHEV models from launch – with an electric version coming in 2024 – and all versions get rear-wheel steering. You can also choose from long or short-wheelbase bodies.

Land Rover has chosen evolution rather than revolution when it came to updating one of its long-standing and most famous name tags and so the new Range Rover isn't that easy to spot from the old car. That said, park the two together and there are some obvious changes.

For a start, the new model is bigger with a wheelbase that is 75mm longer, LWB models add another 200mm on top of that. You also more modern looks courtesy of flush-fitting door handles and windows, while at the back you'll see (only when they're illuminated) vertical brake lights that shine from behind a tinted-glass valance.

Interior changes are more striking. You get two large infotainment screens and tech like noise-cancelling speakers and a ventilation system that filters out germs. You also get noticeably more space everywhere.

The engine range has also been updated. You can choose from a pair of powerful six-cylinder diesels and two plug-in hybrid petrols with six-cylinder engines boosted by an electric motor for a range of 60 miles on battery power alone. Daddy of the group is the 4.4-litre twin-turbo petrol V8 with 530PS. An electric model will join the range in 2024.

A raft of technology means the Range Rover will be great on-road, while also having the required capability off it. Air suspension comes as standard and you can also have a 48V anti-roll system that physically props the Range Rover up in bends. The four-wheel-drive system has a myriad of settings to tackle whatever terrain you encounter and hill descent control is standard.

Prices for the new Range Rover start from £94,000 but go all the way up to more than £200,000 for a highly customisable SV model with posh ceramic and wool finishes.

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