Land Rover is giving customers the ability to further personalise their Range Rover, with the launch of a new exterior Design Pack created by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations.
The new Design Pack introduces a range of highly desirable and distinctive exterior enhancements to complement Range Rover’s peerless combination of outstanding British design and advanced engineering.
It provides even greater scope for customers to personalise their vehicle and includes a number of distinct exterior changes, including unique front and rear bumpers – the latter incorporating integrated quad tailpipes – new side vents, side sills and a bespoke grille.
Designed, engineered and tested in-house at the new SVO Technical Centre in Coventry, UK, the new Design Pack can be specified in all Land Rover accent finishes – Atlas, Dark Atlas, Graphite Atlas and Black – regardless of trim level and exterior styling packs already fitted.
As well as being offered to new Range Rover customers, the Design Pack is also available for fitment to all standard wheelbase current-generation Range Rover models produced from 2013, including the new 550PS SVAutobiography Dynamic, and in combination with other packs previously applied to the vehicle.
Since redefining the luxury SUV sector almost five decades ago, Range Rover has achieved more than one million sales and sits at the pinnacle of the Land Rover family.
The 2017 model year Range Rover has a host of innovative new safety and convenience technologies, including Advanced Tow Assist. This intelligent driver aid makes the job of reversing trailers and horseboxes easier and safer than ever before. Low Traction Launch and advanced safety features such as Driver Condition Monitor and Blind Spot Assist complete the under-the-skin upgrades.
Interior changes to the vehicle introduce a new 10-inch dual view touchscreen display, powered by Land Rover’s InControl Touch Pro system. It provides market-leading satellite navigation and greater connectivity to deliver the most intuitive and capable Jaguar Land Rover infotainment system yet.