The Range Rover line-up in India will continue to be sold in two wheelbase options. The updated Range Rover now gets similar front styling to the Velar. It gets new Pixel-laser LED headlamps that inset into the gloss black fringes of the new-look grille, which is designed in a new Atlas mesh pattern. The front and rear bumper also get a new design, along with new tail-lamp inserts.
On the inside, the refreshed SUVs get a cabin which is, once again, similar to the Range Rover Velar. The highlight of the cabin is the new Touch Pro Duo infotainment system replete with two 10.0-inch touchscreens on the centre console, one of which can be adjusted for a better viewing angle.
The top-spec Range Rovers will come with restyled front seats coupled with heated armrests, up to 17 connecting points for charging and multimedia, a deployable centre console at the rear, a hot stone seat massage function, gesture-controlled sun blinds, a cabin air purifier, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot connectivity for up to eight devices and adaptive cruise control with the queue assist function.
Engine options for both SUVs are likely to include the 255hp, 3.0-litre V6 diesel motor and goes up to the 517hp, 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol engine.
The refreshed Range Rover line-up will take on the likes of multiple luxury SUVs starting from the Audi Q7 and the Mercedes GLS, going up to the recently launched Lexus LX SUV range.
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