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2022 Land Rover Range Rover SV Serenity

The 2022 Range Rover has landed and it is the most luxury and refined version of the iconic SUV to date. While there is no mistaking that is a Range Rover, the company's design team has refined the styling further, giving it clean surfaces that are devoid of any extraneous qualities to create one of the most elegant iterations of the Range Rover to date. 

Available in four, five, and seven-seat configurations, the SUV can be specified with either a mild-hybrid 3.0L turbocharged I6 with 395 hp and 406 lb-ft of torque or a 4.4L twin-turbocharged V8 that produces 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. A 434 hp plug-in hybrid model that can drive for up to 62 miles in pure electric mode will also be available for the 2023 model year and an all-electric model has been announced for 2024. 

All models will be equipped with All-Wheel Steering for enhanced maneuverability, giving it the tightest turning radius of any Land Rover in the lineup. When it comes to the interior, the cabin can be upholstered with a choice of traditional leather or an Ultrafabrics and Kvadrat wool combo. The car's Meridian Sound System is paired with an Active Noise Cancellation system that can monitor noise from wheel vibrations, tire noise, and the engine, and reduce that noise in a similar effect to a noise-cancelling headphone via 60mm speakers that are integrated into the headrests. 

The new Range Rover is now available for pre-order in the US. 

From $104,000, landroverusa.com

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