Linking all four corners of the Range Rover and sitting at the center of this chapter is the Terrain Response System, which has now been upgraded with two new functions: the Hill Start Assist, which proves that it can manage absurd situations, and the Gradient Acceleration Control, which adjusts the speed when going downhill according to the position of the accelerator pedal, even when you don't switch on the Hill Descent Control function.
However, there is one safety system of the car that can become bothering during high speed off-road driving and that is the Rollover Stability Control (RSC). This is useful on the road and when the driver neglects the height and size of the vehicle, but when you leave the tarmac and consider that you need to oversteer, either to get out of a difficult situation or just have some fun, you abilities to do so will be seriously limited as the RSC is extremely intrusive and seems to always consider that the car can roll over.
The latest facelift has brought Jaguar's touch screen to the center console, with this controlling most of the car's functions and being extremely friendly to the occupants. As for the vibes, whether you prefer them hardcore or classical, these come from a Hi-Fi Logic 7 system which uses 14 speakers spread all around the large cabin.
The well-lit interior becomes some sort of a light dome if you also opt for a sun roof. We also advise you to go for the optional all-round camera system. Since we're talking about optional, you should stay away from the body kit, as this doesn't allow you to opt for the locking rear differential.
We also want to thank the following for offering us a pleasant experience: the adaptive Bi-Xenon Headlights, heated windshield, and the multifunctional steering wheel (special thanks go to the gearshift paddles).Continue reading