The opulent Range Rover is getting a refresh for the 2018 model year with new exterior updates such as new LED headlights, an updated grille, a new bumper, and a longer 'clamshell' hood, a revised bumper, and six new alloy wheel designs.
The interior of the car is even more luxurious than before with brand-new seats that recline further and have more legroom and foot space. The seats can be specified with 16-way adjustability, 20-way adjustability, and 24-way adjustability that comes complete with semi-aniline leather and even a hot stone massage function.
You'll also find plenty of technology such as a Nanoe cabin air ionization system, sunblinds that can be opened or closed with a hand gesture, a new Touch Pro Duo interface with two 10-inch touchscreens, a 12-inch high-res dashboard, and a 10-inch full color projection system.
Of course, the Range Rover line wouldn't be complete without an array of powerful engine options. These include everything from a 3.0L 340-hp V6 all the way up to a 557-hp V8 in the new Autobiography. The line will also welcome its first plug-n hybrid with the Range Rover P400e, which will have a 296-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder Ingenium gas engine and a 114-hp electric motor.