The 2022 Range Rover coming out later this spring, has the potential to become the most sought-after car on the road.
Range Rover is the most stylish SUV in terms of design, style, and luxury. It is also known for its superior off-road capability which includes a 4-wheel air suspension that is driven. But, is for a very high price.
The 2022 Range Rover was announced to the world back in October 2021 and debuted via live stream with a full 17-minute video presentation. While the SUV’s luxury model isn’t out just yet, customers are able to order one of the nine models now. The 2023 model year will bring the launch of the hybrid model, while the electric model will follow in the next year.
It has a variety of awesome bells and whistles, but its design alone will turn heads. The futuristic exterior is simple but sleek and comes with those distinctive handles on the exterior that fold into the vehicle, similar to those of Tesla.
The car’s eco-friendly leather interior is minimalistic, and comfortable, and doesn’t detract from its overall theme. The interior is equipped with options like Meridian Signature Sound System, built-in Amazon Alexa, Apple Carplay, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and the list of features goes on. Screens are also mounted to the backs of the passenger and driver seats, designed to keep your kids quiet for a little bit.
There are two engines available. There’s a 3.0-liter turbocharged I6 that has 395 horsepower and 406 pounds of torque. A 4.4 twin-turbocharged I8 is offered with 523 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, and the more robust 4.4 turbocharged I6. The twin-turbocharged engine is able to accelerate from 0-to 60 in 4.4 seconds. Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) makes this model lighter and can accommodate three different engines. It’s more agile than ever and is able to accelerate more quickly than any Range Rover before it.
Although these cars aren’t cheap, by any means, it’s because of their extravagant perks and superior technology. At the end of the day, you’ll get what you get for your money. If you’re among the fortunate ones to get your hands on one of these giants, it will be well worth it. Even though this car is designed to handle extreme landscapes, it might be too nice to leave the garage.