The Land Rover Range Rover is to receive an update for the 2017 model year, evidenced by spy photos taken of the new SUV undergoing cold weather testing.
The 2017 Range Rover prototype spotted was wearing camouflage over the three quarters of its bodywork, however a new a honeycomb grille, front bumper with square air intake vents and redesigned headlights can be seen. The rear of the vehicle will remain cosmetically identical to the current version.
Some interior changes are expected with this update, along with some improvements to the Range Rover’s connectivity and media systems. Also expected to be introduced in the new Range Rover is Jaguar Land Rover’s autonomous driving systems, which the automaker announced it had been testing on UK roads early last month.
The 2017 Range Rover should debut sometime in late 2016.