The 2024 Range Rover is going to be an electric vehicle, and it is going to be a full-fledged one, as confirmed by Land Rover’s event earlier today. While the event has focused more on the company’s 2022 release, the announcement came with it, unveiling the news about the new vehicle. It is going to be a luxury SUV that would be fully electric, as designed by the Brits.
2024 Range Rover EV Confirmed
The New Range Rover was announced for 2022, but it is not yet the electric vehicle take of the company to its luxury SUVs. However, the unveiling of the next-generation Range Rovers was brought here, and it confirms the existence of a fully electric SUV that would bring the design and engineering that was brought by the British.
The 2024 Range Rover EV was confirmed
earlier today but would not come out by 2023 or 2024, with its delivery going to be the latter year.
Electric mobility is spreading out from coast-to-coast and different countries, where soon, it would be adopted globally for the future. Land Rover has not yet brought any details with regards to its EVs, but its design screams a minimalist and luxurious vehicle.
Land Rover says that the new SUV is a “definition of luxury travel,” and it would have a design that would boast of its luxury but keep it on the lowkey. The British manufacturing company has shown their vehicle in a new light, and it would not be as slick or sporty as its previous designs for the Range Rover.
Not much has been unveiled of the new EV, apart from its first look as well as its electric motor to power its mobility features.
In terms of an electric SUV, a lot has already made its presence and take on the market, and it involves a lot of cars that have been released in the industry already. Tesla’s Model X is one of the most prominent in the luxury SUV EV focus, while General Motors has that for the Cadillac Lyriq.
On the other hand, Ford’s Mustang Mach-E EV is a crossover SUV, hailing its design from its racing heritage and “Mustang” breeding. Rivian also has the R1S for its fully electric SUV, while Volkswagen has the ID.4 that also borders as a crossover SUV.
The industry may already be saturated with electric SUVs as there are more than what is mentioned earlier, but that does not stop the likes of Land Rover and its Range Rover brand from entering. Pretty soon, most of the vehicles would adapt to electric mobility, and it would be one step to help the planet in reversing the effects.
That being said, Land Rover’s take on the luxury SUV is a minimalist take that captures the branding of what made the vehicle known to all.
New Range Rover revealed: all-electric version included in more efficient line-up
The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover has made its global debut entering its fifth generation. The all-new offering sports an evolutionary design language with smoother lines and a minimalist approach while packing the latest technologies and hardware. The new Range Rover is based on the automaker’s MLA-Flex platform and will be offered in both standard and long-wheelbase versions. For the first time, the automaker is offering the option of a seven-seater too, thanks to a 200 mm longer wheelbase.
The new-generation Range Rover
looks familiar and the distinct silhouette is instantly recognisable. It looks more polished with the new grille and headlamp offering a seamless integration, while the flat surfaces make for an impressive drag coefficient of just 0.30 cd. The model rides on 23-inch alloy wheels, while the short overhangs ensure keeping the massive proportions in check. The rear sports blacked-out taillights connected by the black bar on the tailgate that integrates the turn indicators.
Inside, the model gets a 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster, while the centre console features a large 13.1-inch touchscreen infotainment screen with haptic feedback. It’s a clutter-free layout and looks very familiar in terms of design. At the back, passengers get 11.4-inch entertainment displays that are mounted to the front seatbacks. With the Executive Class Rear Seats, there’s an 8.0-inch touchscreen in the centre armrest.
The new-generation Range Rover
also gets a 1600-watt, 35-speaker Meridian Signature Sound System while the Autobiography trim will come with the world-first active noise-cancelling speakers embedded in the headrest that help make the cabin quieter. The new Range Rover will also use more sustainable luxury materials in the cabin.
Range Rover 2022, Land Rover’s most luxurious SUV ever, breaks cover
Jaguar Land Rover has officially taken the covers off the fifth generation Range Rover SUV which now comes with a new look, new engine options and loaded with new technology with features galore.
Based on the carmaker’s new MLA Flex platform, Land Rover has also confirmed that the 2022 Range Rover will get a separate all-electric version in the next two years.
“The New Range Rover is a superb manifestation of our vision to create the world’s most desirable luxury vehicles, for the most discerning of customers. It writes the next chapter in the unique story of pioneering innovation that has been a Range Rover hallmark for more than 50 years,” said Thierry Bollore, CEO at Jaguar Land Rover.
2022 Range Rover stands more than 5 metres in length, which extends up to 5.25 metres in the long wheelbase version, 2.20 metres in width, 1.87 metres in height, with a wheelbase of almost 3 metres which goes up to 3.19 metres in the long wheelbase version. It is available in three trims called the SE, HSE, Autobiography.
The look of the iconic Range Rover has undergone some major changes in its fifth generation. It is characterised by three lines that can trace its origins through all five generations. The front gets a new grille graphics and digital LED headlamp design with DRLs.
Range Rover is the first Land Rover SUV to offer Power Assisted Doors with integrated hazard detection and anti-pinch function. All four doors are electrically assisted, while they are also controlled via the Pivi Pro infotainment screen inside.
The interior of the new Range Rover has also undergone significant changes to offer all modern creature comfort. There is a 13.7-inch digital driver display along with the new 13.1-inch curved touchscreen infotainment system with the latest version of the Pivi Pro software. It is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless. The steering wheel and console with fully digital climate controls are also new.
The rear passengers also get a 11.4-inch touchscreen mounted at the back of the front seats. There is a whopping 1,600 W 35 speaker Meridian Signature 3D surround sound system.
The boot of the new Range Rover has also been completely revised, which now features a loading floor that can also be transformed into a sort of luxurious location for camping, complete with a cushion, backrest and speakers.
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