Even though we’re not very fond of the way the new 2013 Range Rover looks, we have to say we absolutely adore the car for its high level of sophistication. The new Rangie is massively lighter than the old model – 420 kg – and it’s got new suspension and revised Terrain Response thingy. So one might think all that effort put into making this car more efficient has ruined its awesome capabilities in dealing with mother nature.
Land Rover has proof. This video here shows us that not only the new Range Rover hasn’t gone soft, it is actually more versatile than the outgoing model. For instance, it has a 900mm (although in the video its says 900 meters!) wading depth. I mean, you can cross the English Channel in it.
Designed and engineered at Land Rover’s development centres in the UK, the new Range Rover will be produced in a state-of-the-art new low-energy manufacturing facility at Solihull, UK. They recently spent £370 million upgrading the plant for the new car.
The new Range Rover is priced from £71,295 to £98,395.