It’ll be all-new under the skin, but the 2022 Range Rover will still look like a Range Rover.
New photos of the 2022 Range Rover reveal a bit more about its front end.
Like before, it’ll be a bluff beast up front, but the headlights will be slimmer in keeping with cars like the Velar and Evoque. They’ll blend into a classic Range Rover grille, complete with the Land Rover badge in its lower corner.
The detailing will vary from model-to-model, but this tester gives us a look at the upper grille and lower bumper sections that will feature on some Range Rover models.
In profile, the new model will have a classic floating roof and upright rear.
The eponymous head of the 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 powertrains.
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.
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