Land Rover is rolling out a new trim for the Range Rover Sport. The all-new Luxury edition is set to roll out exclusively in Europe and is said to fit in between the HSE and Autobiography models. Standard features include a sun roof, heated steering wheel, contrast-stitched leather trim and a Harman/Kardon audio system.
The Range Rover Sport Luxury edition is equipped with a 245-horsepower, 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6, 20-inch wheels and can be ordered in white, black or bronze. Pricing is estimated to be around €110,000 ($150k). Check out the gallery below.
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The 2010 Range Rover Autobiography represents the very best Range Rover has to offer and Robb Report even featured it in their annual “Best of the Best” special issue.
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Back in 2008, we brought you the Land Rover LRX concept. Now it looks like Range Rover has adopted the former concept and turned it into a reality naming it the Evoque. Meet the Creative Design Executive, Victoria Beckham behind the new breed to the Range Rover family.
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Land Rover has added some minor upgrades to the new 2010 Range Rover. One of the most noticeable upgrades is the headlamps but there a lot more than that. Range Rover has added 1,420 new parts into the 2010 Rover. The interior has also been enhanced. The cabin has been refined to a much more delicate and soothing atmosphere. The interior gets nicer woods (six varieties to choose from), softer leathers, and a 12 inch LCD screen in the center console. Land Rover has claimed the 2010 Range Rover to be the quietest and most pleasurable Range Rover experience ever.
Land Rover’s unique design for the LRX Concept is definitely a eye-catcher. The compact, 3-door LRX Concept made it’s debut at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show featuring a 2.0L diesel-hybrid powertrain that can get 60mpg when running on biodiesel. The UK Government announced that they will offer a grant of almost $40 million to Land Rover for the production of a smaller and more fuel efficient vehicle.
The LRX offers iPhone integration, full-time four-wheel drive and Hill Descent Control, as well as a special version of Land Rover’s Terrain Response system, which gains a new “Eco” mode for lower emissions during city driving. The production version of the LRX will be the platform for Land Rover’s first ever hybrid model.
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