Our colleagues at LeftLaneNews received new spyshots of the upcoming 2013 Range Rover testing.
The 2013 model series will not differ from its traditional SUV shape. The changes can be found in the details such as the head- and rear lights, bumpers, a new roof line at the rear and the quality levels inside the cabin.
The luxurious SUV will arrive next year with lower running costs, more space and an improved performance. The aluminium chassis will reduce the weight by a massive 500kg, resulting in a total weight of approximately 2,000kg. The powertrain will be revised as well, consisting of an 4.4 liter V8 diesel engine which offers 320 horsepower and a eight-speed automatic gearbox with stop-start system. Thanks to these upgrades, the fuel economy will be improved just as the emissions will be reduced.
The fourth generation Range Rover will also be available with a diesel powered V6 and a more impressive 5.0 liter supercharged V8. According to rumours, a hybrid is in the pipeline as well.