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LAND ROVER Range Rover Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 10
First production year: 1988
Engines: Mild hybrid diesel, Mild hybrid, Gasoline, , Diesel, Hybrid diesel
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2021 - Present

After half-of-century on the market, Land Rover's flagship started its fifth generation with a complete makeover from the ground up. The Range Rover was the original luxury SUV. It offered image, comfort, luxury, and performance. With the fifth generation, Land Rover transitioned towards the electric-powered Range Rover by implementing hybrid drivetrains, and it was available in a short ...

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mild hybrid diesel engines:

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 3.0L D250 8AT AWD (249 HP)

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 3.0L D300 8At AWD (301 HP)

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 3.0L D350 8AT AWD (351 HP)

mild hybrid engines:

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 3.0L P360 8AT AWD (360 HP)

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 3.0L P400 8AT AWD (400 HP)

gasoline engines:

  LAND ROVER Range Rover SWB 4.4L P530 V8 8AT AWD (530 HP)

2021 - Present

The bigger brother of the Land Rover Range Rover featured a long wheelbase for enhanced comfort for the rear passengers. Just like the S-Class, which was always available with a standard and a long wheelbase, the 2021 Range Rover spoiled its customers with an option for more legroom for the rear passengers. While it kept most features from its SWB sibling, there were a few more unique ones fo...

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2018

Land Rover unveiled a coupe version of its flagship model, the Range Rover, and promised a limited series that never came. The Range Rover was built with a three-door bodywork in the first eleven years of production until the carmaker decided to add another two for the rear passengers. Over time, the carmaker built it as a five-door only. With its massive grille that sported a 3D mesh des...

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2017 - 2021

Land Rover introduced a facelifted version for the fourth generation of its flagship model Range Rover (L405) in 2017, and it was more than just new paint and a set of wheels. For almost 50 years, the Range Rover dominated the luxury SUV market. Along the road, regardless of who owned the brand, it was considered by many the true competitor for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. And, in some ways, it...

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2013 - 2017

The fourth generation of Land Rover’s flagship SUV represents a considerable evolution of the previous generation of Range Rover. It boasts significant technological improvements, more efficient engines, unique character and the first diesel-hybird variant ever. The biggest headline for the new Range Rover is the chassis, which has been made a light as possible, shedding up to 420 kg (926 lbs) ...

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2009 - 2012

Unveiled at the 2009 New York Auto Show, the Range Rover came with a subtle facelift and the new LR-V8 5.0-liter supercharged petrol engine. The exterior was slightly restyled, with a redesigned front grille and bumper, LED head and tail lights, features that kept the SUV's traditional lines, but brought a fresh and contemporary feel to its presence. The interior was upgraded as well, the c...

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2005 - 2009

While the development of the Range Rover's third generation began during BMW's era, the car appeared on the market only in 2005, when Ford had already bought the British carmaker. By 2005, Land Rover Range Rover was already an established symbol of wealth and the off-road equivalent of a Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Ford tried to get the most out of it but also had to create the platform ...

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2002 - 2005

The 2002 Land Rover Range Rover was the the most luxurious, exclusive, off-road vehicle on the market and it was the car that could handle well in front of a million dollar estate and in mud terrain. While the Range Rover was developed under BMW ownership, it was the Ford that took the actual benefits from selling the car around the world. The Range Rover was fit for Her Majesty and for other...

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1994 - 2002

After a quarter of a century of production, Land Rover changed the first generation of the Range Rover to a much better vehicle. Land Rover didn't consider changing the model until it was too obvious that the upgrades and facelifts couldn't improve the car enough to keep up with the competition. After a long debate in their office, the engineering team from Solihull decided to make ...

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1988 - 1994

Launched in 1970 as a three-door version only, the Land Rover Range Rover evolved over time from a simple, utilitarian off-road vehicle to a luxurious one. In 1988, the Range Rover received a final update for it before it made room for the second generation. After 18 years, it received an additional pair of doors and luxurious items. Another significant improvement was the introduction of the...

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