Land Rover are expected to announce a successor to the popular Range Rover during the second half of 2012. We recently discovered a number of spyshots showing the mule out testing.
Weight losses are expected on the new model thanks to an aluminum chassis, expect a 300 – 400kg lighter finished product. Performance and economy will benefit from this. The spyshots reveal a longer, lower Range Rover. The new platform is expected to underpin a new Range Rover Sport too.
The usual powerplant options will most likely be joined by a hybrid diesel engine. For more photos head over to MotorAuthority.