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By Cars.com Staff
October 17, 2012
Land Rover has completely redesigned its flagship Range Rover SUV for the 2013 model year. The new SUV still seats up to five, but its new aluminum construction helps yield a significant 700-pound reduction in weight, helping both performance and gas mileage. Buyers still have a choice of two V-8 engines, one of which is supercharged. The Range Rover occupies a unique corner of the market; its closest competitor is the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Exterior Despite the new aluminum platform, the 2013 Range Rover retains the traditional boxy styling that's come to define the SUV. The grille and headlights are similar to its predecessor but aren't as vertical. The taillights have been restyled, too. Exterior features include:
Nineteen-inch alloy wheels; 20-, 21- and 22-inch wheels available
All-aluminum body is 39 percent lighter than prior model's steel body
Available black or silver contrasting roof
Available panoramic glass roof
Available power side steps
InteriorLike the exterior, the new Range Rover's cabin styling sees evolutionary design changes. It gets two screens — a 12.3-inch display for the instrument cluster and an 8-inch touch-screen in the middle of the dash — and a knob that serves as the gear selector. Land Rover claims there's an additional 4.7 inches of rear legroom for increased passenger comfort. Massaging rear seats with a rear center console are optional. Interior features include:
Three available Meridian premium stereos, including 29-speaker system
Heated steering wheel
Available 20-way-adjustable front seats with massage feature
Available power-reclining rear seats
Available rear entertainment system with two 8-inch screens
Available front and rear cooled storage bins
Under the HoodThe Range Rover is offered with a choice of V-8 engines, both of which team with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Mechanical features include:
375-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 makes 375 pounds-feet of torque
510-hp, supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 makes 461 pounds-feet of torque
Full-time four-wheel drive
New version of Terrain Response can automatically adjust vehicle settings on the move
Electrically assisted power steering
Maximum towing capacity of 7,716 pounds when properly equipped
Safety Safety features include:
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Side curtain airbags
Electronic stability system with Roll Stability Control
Available collision warning system with automatic braking
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