The big Range Rover, the OG Range Rover – whatever you want to call it, there’s a new one coming.
The eponymous head of Land Rover’s Range Rover sub-brand is moving to the new Modular Longitudinal Architecture Flex (MLA Flex) platform.
The new platform supports mild hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric models.
Our spy photographers captured this plug-in hybrid variant testing and, while there’s still plenty of camouflage, we can now see the production grille.
The prototype appears to have a regular-length wheelbase, though they’ll also be a long-wheelbase model.
While JLR’s Ingenium inline six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines are likely to be available, the range may be topped by a turbocharged 4.4-litre petrol V8 engine sourced from BMW.
Also scuttled was a flagship crossover for the Jaguar brand, expected to wear the J-Pace name.
The current Range Rover debuted at the 2012 Paris motor show.