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Spyshots: 2013 Range Rover Closer to Production

Land Rover is working full throttle to complete the development of the new Range Rover, which should arrive on the market by the end of the current year, with out spy shooters encountering yet another prototype during a winter testing session.
Spyshots: 2013 Range Rover Closer to Production 6 photos
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The prototype was wearing heavy camo, as Land Rover plans significant design changes, so all we can see is the fact that the line of the rear will be brought a bit closer to that of the current Range Rover Sport.

The vehicle will share its aluminum platform with the Jaguar XJ, Which means that it will not only be lighter (rumors indicate that it will shed around 400 kg / 882 lbs), but will also allow the designers to make the car a little bit larger.

As for what’s under the hood, the engines will be inherited from the current generation, but the carmaker will also introduce a plug-in hybrid version that will borrow the tech stuff from the Range e concept.

 
 
 
 
 

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