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2022 Land Rover Range Rover Overview

A new Range Rover is a rare celebration. This is the fourth generation in 50 years, and despite so much competition, the Range Rover is the supreme choice among luxury SUVs. We think it's still the Rolls-Royce of luxury SUVs, even though Rolls now makes its own.
The latest Range is an evolution of the last—it's the same classic box with the hard slants on the roof, only the body is smoothed and contoured in ways that these photos can't show. In person, every edge looks like a woodworker sanded it to a fine polish. The aluminum panels flow with such linearity that it's almost liquid. Cut lines, such as the trim that separated the glass from the roof, have been reduced and replaced with tighter welds. The rear is the most striking, with thin, vertical taillights reminiscent of Cadillac. That element, the huge V8 engine, and the bountiful back seat, are among the many nods to old American luxury cars. Flush door handles finish off the minimalist effect.
In comparing the Range Rover's looks to those of its rivals, chief designer Gerry McGovern dismissed the "excessive styling" of cars like the Audi SQ8 and Lexus RX. "Some people like it; that's all right," he said at the vehicle's launch in New York. "We're not having a go at it."
The interior is a familiar and inviting place, with plenty of lavish leathers, woods, and top-grade finishes. The canted dash with the double gloveboxes now has a floating 13-inch touchscreen running Land Rover's Pivi Pro infotainment system. Land Rover promises that it can update more than 70 of the truck's computers remotely over the air, which honestly worries us. Land Rover has never quite figured out how to make working, reliable electronics. But the big surprise—and it's not the recycled fabrics or the power-telescoping rear console—is the third row of seats. This is long overdue. And the vehicle is longer—by three inches for the standard wheelbase and eight inches in long-wheelbase form.
When the Range Rover launches in the U.S. in the spring of 2022, it will carry a new V8 made by BMW: a 4.4-liter twin-turbo with 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque (what you'll find in an M850i or M550i). Four-wheel steering is standard and can turn the rear wheels seven degrees in the opposite direction for a tighter turning radius. The Range can now disconnect its front axle for greater fuel efficiency, and the air suspension claims to now read the road two miles ahead so it can prepare the entire vehicle for the pending terrain. Hybrid versions with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo inline-six will launch later, including a plug-in version with a claimed 62-mile electric range, and a fully electric version is due in 2024. We'll be looking forward to commandeering this vehicle.

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Clifford Atiyeh is a reporter and photographer who has spent a good portion of his life driving cars he doesn't own. He is vice president of the New England Motor Press Association and committed to saving both manuals and old Volvos.

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