A fifth-generation Range Rover makes its debut for 2022 in standard- or long-wheelbase form in SE, Autobiography, and First Edition trim.
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The new Range Rover’s design is even cleaner than the outgoing model’s and features flush door handles.
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At launch, the two available engines are a carryover 395-hp inline-six with 48-volt hybrid assistance and a new turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 good for 523 horsepower.
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A plug-in-hybrid powertrain featuring an inline-six and making 434 horsepower will arrive shortly after launch and is said to deliver 62 miles of EV driving.
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The long-wheelbase model is available with three rows of seats for the first time.
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The design again features a floating roof. The taillights appear as vertical black elements until illuminated.
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The 13.1-inch central touchscreen runs JLR’s Pivi Pro operating system and adds haptic feedback as well as wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
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Three-row seating is available in the long-wheelbase SE and Autobiography models.
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With the optional Tailgate Event Suite, the drop-down tailgate can become a two-person seat.
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The Range Rover again uses an air suspension, and the default ground clearance is 11.6 inches.
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Standard four-wheel steering reduces the turning circle to 36 feet.
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