Spyshots: Range Rover Long Wheelbase Near Nurburgring
There should be no shortage of customers in China or the Middle East who want such a car, and the Brits will deliver in a big way… a very big way.
Our spies have caught this test prototype of a long wheelbase fourth-gen Range Rover exiting the JLR test center in Germany, getting ready to start standard performance testing at the Nurburgring.
Extra length has visibly been added to the rear doors, despite the new Range Rover already having a 100mm longer wheelbase than the old model. Other than that, it's still a very sexy vehicle under all that camouflage. The first things you'll notice is the stylishly raked front grille and the wraparound headlights followed by more than 5 meters of relatively flat bodywork.
The engines should carry over unchanged from the normal car, meaning supercharged V6 petrol, a few diesels and the powerful 510 hp supercharged V8, which should be the prime pick for this sort of ultra-posh car.
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