Three Widebody L460 Range Rovers on 26s Dwell Around Los Angeles. Typical, Right?

They say it doesn't matter if you respect tradition; you're only on top of the pyramid if you have the latest and most expensive stuff. But, between you and me, I would trade a 738-hp BMW XM Label Red at a moment's notice for a Range Rover. Especially one looking like any of these!
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Detractors quickly came out to notice that both of Land Rover's big Range Rovers – the L460 fifth-generation Range Rover and the third-gen L461, were just subtle revisions of their previous iterations. That may be entirely true – depending on your POV, everyone's entitled to an opinion.

But if we gauge their success based on the extra-warm reception across America's aftermarket realm, we have to say the L460 Range Rover has a resounding popularity. The big SUV, which by no means infringes on the ultra-luxury super-SUV scene dominated by the Rolls-Royce Cullinan and Lamborghini Urus until the Ferrari Purosangue takes flight, is a regular fixture across their social media reels.

Some only got a custom wheel style, others have a wrap, and a few even ask for some additional aero delicacies from the lot. But there's a consistent uproar regarding widebody transformations – as some aftermarket producers botch things up without any excuse, like Keyvany, for example. On the other hand, the good folks over at Los Angeles, California-based RDB LA didn't hurry to start these crucial makeovers, and now they are only on their third reworked example – all fitted with aerodynamic kits (called 'Vision') by 1016Industries.

And since it's summer, they work in downtown LA and created a trio of widebody Range Rovers; what could they do with them except for arranging a photo and video shoot against the spectacular background of America's most renowned West Coast city? The best thing is that all three of them have distinct personalities. The first example they reworked turned out dressed in Satin Pearl White and rode on the simplest, most traditional form of RDB Zero aero-style wheels.

Secondly, a two-tone black Range Rover featured the 1016Industries widebody aero kit on three-piece, big-lipped RDB Zeros. At the same time, the latest example is akin to a 'Silver Surfer' thanks to its full Satin Silver Aluminum wrap and one-piece, 26-inch RDB Zero wheels. Now, it's time to choose your favorite, of course. If our two cents are allowed on the matter, all three of them are equally worthy of our attention, so we're just going to bag all three musketeers inside our dream garage and be done with it.

By the way, if you want your own Range Rover, it's best to note the 2024 model year has brought a slight price hike at the base – from $106,500 to $107,400, and only the PHEV and SV have upgraded powertrains with up to 606 ponies under the hood. Meanwhile, the 2024 Range Rover Sport SV is a bit punchier, as the version comes with no less than 626 horsepower!

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About the author: Aurel Niculescu
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Aurel has aimed high all his life (literally, at 16 he was flying gliders all by himself) so in 2006 he switched careers and got hired as a writer at his favorite magazine. Since then, his work has been published both by print and online outlets, most recently right here, on autoevolution.
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