SEOUL, KOREA - With the adoption of the latest body and technology, the all-new Range Rover has been newly constructed to be the best Range Rover ever, improving the vehicle’s all-terrain off-road performance as well as its on-road handling and refinement.
The all-new Range Rover is intuitively designed for the most comfortable ride. Whilst still instantly recognizable as a Range Rover, it delivers a more elegant environment and ensures the driver remains calm and in control. The interior has maintained elegance with simpler center console, which has 50% fewer switches, and the optional full-size panoramic roof. The Range Rover premium audio systems feature state-of-the-art amplifiers to ensure perfectly optimized sound quality, and the Audyssey MultEQ XT audio tuning system digitally corrects any imperfections created by the cabin environment to deliver accurate and distortion-free sound for all seating positions. An exceptional system has been specially developed to offer the ultimate 3D surround sound experience for all seating positions.
The Dynamic Response system dramatically reduces the amount of body lean during cornering, offering drivers a greater feeling of composure. The system is now standard with SDV8 and 5.0LV8 engines that comes in a choice of two petrol engines (5.0-litre 375 PS LR-V8 and 510PS LR-V8 Supercharged) or two diesel engines (3.0-litre 258PS TDV6 and 4.4-litre 339PS SDV8) with the electronically controlled ZF 8HP70 8-speed automatic gearbox.
Inspired by aerospace innovations, the all-new Range Rover is the first SUV with an all-aluminium monocoque body, which is 39% lighter than a steel body, for more agile and responsive handling. Its ability to absorb more energy per kg than steel allows collision safety improvement. Such lightweight aluminum platform has helped to deliver significant enhancements in performance, fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
The latest driver assistance features an enhanced Adaptive Cruise Control that helps maintain a pre-set gap from the vehicle in front, in case of a traffic queue, and Park Assist automated technology that uses ultrasonic sensors to help drivers to parallel park in tight spots.