For almost 50 years, Range Rover has been considered as the pinnacle of luxury SUVs. Even before the term was coined, the British premium off-road maker has been churning out one of the most luxurious and truly capable vehicles around. Now, Range Rover is about to take a leap into the future while still keeping a huge part of its storied past.
The 2018 Range Rover will sport a number of upgrades that give it more tech and a cleaner heart. Sure, the exterior remains largely untouched—the way it should be. Yet that doesn’t mean it can’t receive bits like a new grille, LED headlamps, a new front and rear bumper, and new side vents in either satin body color or Atlas accents.
Inside, the comfortable mountain goat gets even more comfy, thanks to goodies like 24-way (yes, 24!) adjustable seats that practically let occupants configure their seating, position every which way. They can likewise set heating, cooling, and massage functions to suit their fancy.