The brand new 2013 Range Rover is 700 pounds lighter than the out-going model.
In a world where cars get heavier, that’s very unusual. The lighter weight can be attributed to Range Rover using lots of aluminum in the construction premium British SUV.
The 4th generation of the iconic off-road vehicle is also more posh, more dirty worthy and of course, more expensive.
In this exclusive TFLcar first drive review, we test the new 2013 Range Rover both on and off-road to see how it drives near the Grand Canyon in Utah and Arizona.
We also test the Range Rover Performance from 0-60 MPH, we get the SUV muddy and vertical on some very challenging off-road terrain.
Starting at $83,545, the newest Range Rover is an all new vehicle:’Featuring a commanding Dark Atlas front grill, body colored front bumper, vent blades and door handles, the Range Rover has a fresh and contemporary appearance. For more individual style, there’s a wide choice of interior colors and exterior paints, standard 19 inch 5 Split Spoke wheels plus a selection of optional striking 20, 21 and 22 inch alloy wheels. Inside are standard power adjustable seats upholstered in grained leather with driver’s memory and heated front seats. The luxury experience is enhanced with a state-of-the-art Meridian* Sound System providing stunning sound quality with 380W.
For exceptional driving refinement, the Range Rover provides a superb, responsive LR-V8 5.0 liter engine. This engine is paired with an advanced eight-speed automatic transmission and is engineered to suit individual driver requirements by balancing the delivery of power with fuel economy.” – – Range Rover