The Range Rover Vogue is a huge car and one that is capable of hauling around an A list celeb in the utmost comfort or pummeling huge hills and unbelievable gradients into submission. The cars looks certainly match the former description. It does not look rugged nor aggressive, but smart and executive, dressed in a suit not a straight-jacket.
Range Rover have now unveiled a long-wheel base variant of their super luxurious SUV at this years Los Angeles Motor Show. The car on show at the marques stand is an Autobiography edition after the Autobiography Black was unveiled at the Dubai Motor Show just a couple of weeks ago.
Measuring 5.2 metres long, the 2014 Range Rover Long-Wheelbase will cost even more than the Range Rover Sport starting at 140,000 pounds in the U.K. What’s more, a hybrid version pinned to arrive late next year could exceed 150,000 pounds.
The extra length has been achieved by extending the body shell in front of the rear wheels and Land Rover claims that this modification offers an additional 140 mm of extra rear legroom. Fitting in-line with this modification are slightly longer rear passenger doors. In addition to providing extra legroom, the lengthened body now means the rear seats can be reclined by up to 17 degrees. That is an impressive 9 degrees further than the standard Range Rover.