2021 Range Rover
With the current arrival of super-luxury SUVs, like the Bentley Bentayga and Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Range Rover is getting prepared for a battle. Land Rover is reportedly going to move the 5th generation Range Rover even further up the market in 2021 to keep it ahead of its competitors.
2021 Range Rover Platform
According to Autocar, the 2021 Range Rover will move to a new platform, which will make it substantially lighter than the present model. The new aluminum platform, called Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA), will ultimately be utilized by all future Jaguar Land Rover models. The lighter platform will also assist alleviate some of the extra weight that will be added by the batteries for the upcoming electric and hybrid models.
Even though the MLA platform can fit an amazing powertrain, it’s being reported that the next Range Rover will not initially be provided with a fully electrical version. It’s reported that Land Rover desires the very first completely electric Range Rover will be a standalone model.
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Even with the new platform, do not anticipate the next-generation Range Rover to look too various. The next Range Rover is expected to get an evolutionary redesign. Even its exterior dimensions will remain about like the present model.
2021 Range Rover Interior
Inside the next Range Rover will not just be more elegant, but Land Rover will likewise upgrade its tech features. The next Range Rover will get a new version of the Touch Pro Duo system and the ‘self-learning’ Smart Settings technology that was recently included to the Jaguar E-Pace. We can also anticipate the autonomous driving technology to be offered as well.
2021 Range Rover Engine
The next-gen Range Rover, which will be built on an all-new, longer, lighter architecture (for this reason the body of this test mule not fitting effectively), will have at least one BMW engine readily available. The 4.4 liters twin-turbocharged V8, likely from the BMW X7 xDrive50i, will replace the Jaguar-sourced 5.0 liter turbocharged V8 in the previous Range Rover. It’s possible that BMW’s 3.0-liter turbocharged I6 diesel engine, and even possibly its B58 I6 petrol engine, could likewise be utilized, Land Rover might decide to keep Jaguar’s new Ingenium engines instead.