It’s intriguing to Google Land Rover 2013 and get search results with headings that say “2013 Land Rover Range Rover Spy Shots”, “2013 Range Rover spied with less disguise”, “Spied: 2013 Range Rover” and many more.
So let’s take a look at what all the secrecy is about….
“Even for a vehicle with such historically long lifecycles, the Land Rover Range Rover is overdue for a full updating. You may remember that the current truck was designed under BMW ownership, updated by Ford, and recently got new engines and an interior under Tata rule. One generation, three parent companies. Three consecutive British prime ministers have no doubt ridden in them, too. Fortunately, as these spy photos—and those we previously captured—suggest, an all-new Rover family is just around the bend.”
“A brand new generation of the luxurious Range Rover SUV is in the works and on track for debut later this year. The new Range Rover has been spied for more than a year in prototype form but now, thanks to our latest renderings, we can finally look past all the heavy camouflage gear and get a glimpse of the vehicle that will be appearing in showrooms towards the end of the year as a 2013 model.”
“Our spy photographers have just sent us the best images yet of the next-generation Range Rover luxury SUV, which is expected migrate even further upscale when it launches next year as a 2013 model. The images reveal that the new Range Rover won’t deviate from the traditional, boxy SUV shape of the successful current model. The difference instead will be in the details, with changes like a slightly more up swept belt-line and a more steeply raked rear window giving the big truck a more athletic look.”
“Our spies have managed to snap new pictures of the 2013 Range Rover. Minimally disguised, the prototype has an evolutionary design that incorporates a number of styling elements from the Range Rover Evoque. Notable highlights include a three bar grille, a clamshell hood and LED-infused headlights. The model also appears slightly larger than its predecessor, so expect additional rear legroom and added cargo capacity. Engine options will likely carryover, so expect the usual petrol and diesel choices. There could also be a plug-in hybrid variant with some technology from the Range e concept.”
Here are some photo’s of the 2013…Land Rover Range Rover Sport without all the intrigue.
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