The rumors about the upcoming Land Rover Range Rover have been really loud lately and they don’t include its regular model only, but also its luxurious and way more expensive Range Rover SV Coupe and its first all-electric Road Rover. However, these models might be seen in 2021 or even 2023, but at the moment the Range Rover is expected to undergo some minor changes and updates for the year 2020, here is what we know so far about new 2020 Land Rover Range Rover.
- an advanced plug-in hybrid system under the hood,
- a luxurious cabin,
- excellent off-road performance.
- no major changes in terms of design,
- lots of details still not confirmed.
If it hits the market as a redesigned 2020 model, the new Land Rover Range Rover is going to appear as a luxurious full-size SUV with excellent off-road abilities. It will definitely seem more elegant and appealing than its predecessor, but no major or revolutionary changes in terms of design should be expected. Instead, the fans will have the chance to see its slightly redesigned front fascia that includes a reworked grille or perhaps, a new set of LED headlights. Be that as it may, this wagon-like crossover will keep its reputation of being one of those iconic off-roaders that will be able to face any type of challenging terrain or conditions. Its suspension system is also expected to come enhanced. The Range Rover probably won’t change its platform until 2021 or 2023 when those next-generation models have been planned.
Perhaps, more updates and innovations might be expected inside the cabin of the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover. The interior will definitely provide a spacious, comfortable and modern cabin that will be quite functional and well-equipped with all those latest high-tech options. The seats should be larger, more comfortable, power-adjustable and covered in high-quality materials. All in all, this off-roader will provide some real luxury inside. The driver will probably get a dual touch-screen with the latest infotainment and entertainment system and features such as navigation, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB ports and sound system. Its safety systems and driver assist features such as a rearview camera, emergency braking and lane-departure warning should be upgraded as well.
For 2020, the new Land Rover Range Rover should probably come with that innovative plug-in hybrid system under the hood that combines a gas engine with an electric one and a battery pack. Since the new Range Rover will have several driving modes, you will be able to push the EV mode button and ride on electric power only. The new Range Rover should be paired with an eight-speed automatic, although we are still waiting for more official numbers and details at the moment.
2020 Land Rover Range Rover Release date and Price
The release date of the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover hasn’t been confirmed yet and it might actually hit the market in 2021 or 2023, together with its limited-edition Range Rover SV Coupe that could cost up to $295,000, and the all-electric Road Rover. On the other hand, the regular Range Rover should start around $100,000.