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Spyshots: 2013 Range Rover Drops Camo

We’ve seen plenty of spy photos of the upcoming replacement for the full-sized Range Rover. However, this has to be the least amount of camo the vehicle has been seen in, indicating the launch date is near.
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So, this prototype gives us the clearest hint of what the fourth-generation Range Rover will look like once it launches, most likely later this year. Front end styling changes aren’t radical, but the vehicle looks a bit more like the Evoque in the way the contours blend.

The importance of the Range Rover can not be overstated, since the Sport, Discovery and Freelander all benefit from Land Rover’s work with the big RR. So if they developed a new aluminum body or adaptive suspension system for the car, the technology will trickle down to ever SUV they make eventually.

The new Range Rover is indeed believed to benefit from the lightweight aluminum construction that we saw on the from JLR in the full-size XJ luxury limo. The new architecture is also believed to arrive with an increase in legroom in the back.

Expect a full release to come in September at the Paris Motor Show, before the Range Rover goes on sale early next year.

 
 
 
 
 

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