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HISTORY OF INNOVATIONS

Over the last 45 years Range Rover has delivered a series of industry firsts as it has evolved into the peerless luxury vehicle we know today

Range Rover: First Luxury SUV

FIRST EVER LUXURY SUV

The original Range Rover was the first 4x4 designed to be as good on-road as it was off-road. It took 4x4s out of the mud and onto the motorway.

Range Rover's Electronic Track Control

FIRST ELECTRONIC TRACTION CONTROL

Range Rover was the world’s first 4x4 to be fitted with Electronic Traction Control.

Range Rover SUV Hybrid

FIRST PREMIUM DIESEL SUV HYBRID

With outstanding fuel economy and 26% lower C02 emissions than the TDV6 diesel engine, the Range Rover Hybrid became the world’s first diesel SUV hybrid in its class.

Range Rover, first aluminium SUV

FIRST ALL-ALUMINIUM SUV

The Fourth Generation Range Rover is the world’s first all-aluminium SUV.

Range Rover was the first luxury SUV in the world in 1970 and 45 years on it continues to lead the way. The latest model is the most desirable and sophisticated Land Rover ever, mixing peerless comfort with cutting edge technology to provide the ultimate luxury vehicle experience.

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FACTS & FEATURES

Interior of the Range Rover

RECYCLED POLYMER

The amount of recycled polymer used in a Range Rover is equivalent to 2,137 small bottles.

Virtual simulation

VIRTUAL TESTING

During the vehicle’s development, computer simulations saved 750,000 miles of real-world testing. The equivalent distance of the moon from earth.

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LESS FUEL CONSUMPTION

Up to 22% less fuel is consumed by the TDV6 engine in the Fourth Generation Range Rover, compared to its predecessor.

The Range Rover, 420KG lighter than the previous model

LIGHTWEIGHT

The Fourth Generation Range Rover features 50% less switchgear and is up to 420 kg lighter than the previous model.

Range Rover towing a horse box

TOWING

The Range Rover has considerable towing capability up to 3,500 kg.

Range Rover driving over dunes

CAPABILITY

675 mm of articulation between the Range Rover’s front and rear wheels enables it to overcome challenging obstacles.

Range Rover SVAutobiography

RANGE ROVER

The pinnacle of refined capability.

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