Long Wheelbase 2014 Range Rover Spied with Minimal Camo

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Did you know the Higgins boats used by US marines to land on D-Day were 11 meters long? Put two Range Rovers together and you're there!
Yet somehow, customers still want more: more legroom, more headroom and more place to store champagne and handmade rifles. Thus, the long wheelbase version of the fourth-generation Range Rover was born, not for 36 marines like the Higgins boats, but for about five rich gentlemen at a time.

the longer version of the SUV will be officially revealed later this year, offering more legroom in the back and better access via two much larger doors. The 150mm (6 inches) or so of extra sheetmetal have been added between the B- and C-pillars

This isn't the first time we've been able to see the vehicle, but the camouflage is coming off slowly by surely, indication a full reveal is only a few months away.

This model will clearly be aimed at the Chinese market, where having extra legroom in the back is a way of showing respect to your friends.
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