Updated Range Rover and Range Rover Sport Launched in India (Full Price list)

Land Rover India has launched the updated 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The Range Rover design language has been preserved for all these years (range rover images) and the new model also carries over the same charm with some minor changes. The Interiors are also refreshed with new gizmos including digital displays and luxurious materials. Land Rover reduced its prices across the range last year. Here is the 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport price list for India-

Range Rover

3.0L Diesel Vogue Rs 1.74 crore
3.0L Diesel LWB Vogue Rs 1.87 crore
3.0L Diesel LWB Vogue Rs 2.27 crore
4.4L Diesel LWB Autobiography Rs 2.41 crore
4.4L Diesel LWB SVAutobiography Rs 3.77 crore
3.0L Petrol LWB Vogue Rs 1.87 crore
3.0L Petrol LWB Vogue SE Rs 2.05 crore
5.0L Diesel LWB Vogue SE Rs 2.50 crore
5.0L Diesel LWB Autobiography Rs 3.12 crore
5.0L Diesel LWB SV Autobiography Rs 3.88 crore

Range Rover Sport

VariantsRange Rover Sport Price in India (Ex-showroom)
3.0L Diesel S Rs 99.48 lakh
3.0L Diesel SE Rs 1.14 crore
3.0L Diesel HSE Rs 1.30 crore
4.4L Diesel HSE Rs 1.43 crore
3.0L Petrol S Rs 1.1 crore
3.0L Petrol HSE: Rs 1.27 crore
5.0L Petrol Autobiography Dynamic Rs 1.72 crore
5.0L Petrol SVR Rs 1.97 crore

Engine & Gearbox

Range Rover can be had with 4 different engine options, two in diesel and two in petrol. The diesel options are Turbocharged V6 that makes 259 PS of power and 600 Nm of torque, and V8 that produces 340 PS of power and 450 Nm of torque. In the petrol we get a supercharged V6 making 340 Ps of power and 450 Nm of torque, and a Supercharged V8 churning out 525 Ps of power and 625 Nm of torque. All these engines come with an 8-Speed automatic gearbox. Porsche Cayenne is a tough competition for Range Rover

Exterior

As mentioned before, the exteriors have been tweaked slightly but the core design remains unchanged. In the words of Land Rover, they haven’t changed anything but just made it better. The bonnet has some muscular lines and the front grille pattern is changed, inspired from the Velar’s ‘Atlas’ mesh design. The rear bumper now has larger vents that look cool and also helps to cool the brakes. The Daytime running ‘Pixel LED’ headlights also glows differently. The 142 LED elements in them produce a more powerful beam. One the side there are redesigned faux air vents.

The rear LED taillights are also redesigned and the exhaust tips are now integrated into the bumper. This helps giving it a more modernised look. The Range Rover range gets new colour options, including the ‘Byron Blue’ paint for the higher variants.

Interiors

The interiors of the range rover felt lagging in comparison to the Velar. Now, that gap is filled. The Range Rover now comes with a ‘Touch Pro Duo’ infotainment system It’s two 10-inch touchscreens helped clean out the dashboard as most of the buttons can be accessed from the screen itself.

The rear passenger will be pleased to know that they get a new ‘Executive Class’ rear seats. These seats promise airline level comfort with back angle adjustable up to 40-degrees. Then there are features like powered centre armrest and massaging function. The gesture feature like a wave of the hand to control sunblind is also futuristic.

The sound insulation is improved with sound deadening materials and thicker glass. At the night, the interior ambient lighting will set the mood with three-zone lighting- ceiling, footwell area and doors.

Some other cool features include ionisation for airconditioner, adaptive cruise control with ‘Queue Assist’, voice control, and Terrain Response 2 offroading system.

Checkout the Land Rover Velar

 

Siddharth Sharma

Siddharth has always been passionate about Cars and Bikes. He was the kind of kid that always had the latest Auto magazine in his school bag. He had this dream- to become a professional racecar driver. Finally, in 2012 he found himself racing as a rookie driver in the Polo R Cup national racing championship. Over time he had to readjust the sail and get into automotive journalism to continue enjoying machines on wheels.

Siddharth Sharma

Siddharth has always been passionate about Cars and Bikes. He was the kind of kid that always had the latest Auto magazine in his school bag. He had this dream- to become a professional racecar driver. Finally, in 2012 he found himself racing as a rookie driver in the Polo R Cup national racing championship. Over time he had to readjust the sail and get into automotive journalism to continue enjoying machines on wheels.