Fifth-generation Range Rover was previewed in leaked images but full details arrive this evening
Land Rover will officially reveal the new, fifth-generation Range Rover later today (26 October) after a selection of images leaked online previewed the final design.
Posted to Instagram by cochespias, the low-quality pictures show the reinvented flagship SUV from various angles, giving us our first look at the final design without any camouflage. As expected, the styling overhaul is evolutionary rather than revolutionary, and appears to be centred more on giving a smoother and more minimalist overall look.
A new grille, light clusters and bumpers help to mark this out as the fifth-generation car, but more striking is a new black panel that dominates the rear end, extending up the sides and along the top of the tailgate, housing new-look vertical brake light clusters. Elsewhere, it looks to be a case of updating the Range Rover’s trademark features; the silhouette is relatively unchanged, the distinctive ‘gills’ still feature ahead of the front doors and the bonnet looks to be a clamshell-style design
Pictures of the interior give less away, but we can see a new touchscreen running Jaguar Land Rover’s latest Pivi Pro software, a fresh new steering wheel and centre console design and an all-digital climate control stack. Further details will be given at the car’s reveal, which will be covered live at autocar.co.uk next Tuesday evening.. click for more info
DATE PUBLISHED: 26 October 2021