Model Year 2018 Range Rover launched in India

Model Year 2018 Range Rover launched in India


Mumbai: Jaguar Land Rover India announced the launch of its Model Year 2018 Range Rover and the dynamic Range Rover Sport, a statement said here on Thursday. Jaguar Land Rover India Ltd (JLRIL) president & managing director Rohit Suri said, "Peerless comfort and sophistication lie at the heart of Range Rovers. Both these iconic SUVs carry forth the legacy of Land Rover by offering heightened levels of luxury, capability, technology and refinement. We are sure our Range Rover fans and discerning customers would be delighted with the last offerings." Its exteriors have been upgraded with an all-new front grille, the clamshell bonnet, crafted out of a single sheet of aluminium is now elongated and smoother while the redesigned bonnet and fender vents on the Range Rover Sport provide for a cleaner and dynamic design.

The Pixel-Laser headlights and rear LED lights add further distinction to the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The Range Rover is fitted with 60:40 bench seating as standard. A retractable power deployable centre console, part of the optional rear Executive Class seating on the Range Rover reveals a third seat in the pillion chamber, while heated arm rest, calf rest and footrest elevate the luxury experience. Passenger comfort is further enhanced through features such as Extreme Passenger Seat Away and one touch recline. The Touch Pro Duo Infotainment System, standard on the Model Year 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport adds further value by delivering an uncluttered console that doesn't distract the driver while enhanced Configurable lighting with a choice of ten colours adds greatly to the overall sense of calm. The Range Rover and Range Rover Sport continues to offer outstanding capability on-road and off-road. Electronic Air Suspension offers a sure-footed and composed drive, changing the ride height very quickly and allowing crosslinking of the diagonal wheels to keep all four wheels on the ground on very uneven surfaces.

The Range Rover has a choice of ride height settings, ranging from an access height of 50 mm below normal to an extended height of 70 mm, with an additional extended 80 mm for extreme off-road conditions. Further aiding the on and off-road experience is Terrain Response 2, over the manual choice of seven settings in Terrain Response that automatically optimises driveability and traction by adapting responses of the vehicle's engine, gearbox, centre differential and chassis systems to match the demands of the terrain. The Model Year 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport offers both petrol and diesel powertrains, with 250 kW and 386 kW in petrol and 190 kW and 250 kW in diesel.

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