Car Magazine unveils impressions of next year's Range Rover

The magazine has unveiled its own impressions of the updated version of the car, and it's...something, to say the least.

Whenever someone creates an impression of an upcoming car, this sends a wave of excitement around the automotive community. Here however, it seems that Land Rover will instead get hunted by a mob led by Piers Morgan who will say that the company is promoting obesity through the new design.

The new design does look massive and more bulky in comparison to the current Range Rover, something that the company seems to like doing based on the way they buffed up the new Evoque back in 2018. It's either that or Car Magazine just want to ruin Range Rover's reputation by deliberately creating awful impressions.

Now let's lay off the bullying for a little while and move onto the confirmed specs; the upcoming model will be available with 5 different powertrain options:

- and entry PHEV that would produce 300bhp from a 2.0 litre four-cylinder engine in combination with a 140bhp e-motor to produce 440bhp.

- a PHEV+ that would produce 394bhp from a straight-six engine, and 140bhp from e-motor for a total output of 534bhp.

- a mild-hybrid with 3.0-litre six detuned to 355bhp.

- a Diesel with Jaguar Land Rover's new mild-hybrid 3.0 diesel straight six, with the D300 producing 296bhp while the D350 will produce 345bhp.

- a top-of-the-range V8 petrol option with BMW-sourced 4.4-litre V8 engine that will produce 520bhp.

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Comments (2)

  • Not that exciting. All they are is unreliable SUVs for the wealthy until they depreciate like mad

      4 months ago
    • Speak for yourself, but the fact they are consistently the best selling luxury SUV and the standard for them hasn’t exactly moved in a long time.

      Plus the reliability problems are, after the first model year, massively over hyped.

        4 months ago