2013 Range Rover Scooped in Dubai, UK

2013 Range Rover 1 photo
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As the launch date of the new Range Rover gets closer and closer, so too must Land Rover peal off more and more camouflage in order to keep us interested in the 2013 SUV. The upcoming vehicle has been caught again, this time not by our spy photographers, but normal motorists who had a camera pointing the right place at the right time.
The new Range Rover has been developed using a new aluminum architecture that borrows from the Jaguar XJ. This has supposedly reduced the weight of the SUV by a considerable measure and will help reduce fuel consumption.

The first Range Rover prototype was spotted in Dubai as it was getting ready to undergo hot weather testing.

The other two videos are of a Voque V6 model spotted in Britain on two different occasions. The prototype is actually in left-hand drive, which is amusing.

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