Stunningly clean design
Range Rover 2022’s design is very clean and perfectly tidy. There are no unnecessary decorations on the body, and the radiator grill is no more than eight times the size you need. It also does not rush or crease in any direction. The styling of this vehicle is very clean and looks almost plain with side panels, retractable door handles and a clean rear. Everything is essential here, and to be honest, this restraint is very fresh. This minimalism continues inside a similarly elegant Range Rover. The dashboard is very horizontal and has no unwanted engravings or decorations. Overall, this SUV is a tasty paragon, both inside and outside.
There’s an optional third-row seat
For the first time, Range Rover will be offered third-row seats and seats for up to seven people, helping this vehicle compete with other top-of-the-line SUVs. You may not expect it, but the comfort in the back row is high. With plenty of space on the head and legs, it’s okay for a handicapped adult to sit there for hours.
The split backrest is electrically adjustable and adds a luxurious element. Designers have taken many of Range Rover’s premium materials on their way home, which is rarely seen. If you don’t need that much space, the Range Rover is also offered in a super-luxury four-seat configuration, one with a huge passenger space. A more general 5-seater configuration is also available.
In the automotive world, there is nothing to say about the traditional luxury of acres of smooth, soft leather. The interior of the new Range Rover can certainly be lined from nose to tail with supple cowhide, but automakers are taking steps to make it more environmentally friendly. The leather offered is tanned using a low emission process and alternatives to leather materials are offered throughout the range, especially wool-based fabrics if something else is needed.
You can also get it. As a accent, certain models can be fitted with a marquetry, intricate wooden inlay, which enhances the cabin, which is otherwise very clean. These trim pieces look incredibly cool and add the exact fit of the various pieces of veneer to the handmade feel. Wooden furniture with thin metal pinstripes is also available. Finally, certain Range Rover models are available with ceramic accents placed on gear selectors, volume knobs, climate control rings, and other components. Not only do these unique additions look good, they also make you feel better. A prop for Land Rover who tried something different.
Screens for all!
The cleanly designed dashboard of this SUV is interrupted by a 13.1-inch curved display that houses the Pivi Pro infotainment system. This multimedia array supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, both of which can be connected wirelessly. Amazon Alexa is also built directly into the system, so you don’t need a separate smartphone or device to work.
In addition, there is a larger, reconfigurable 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster that is as crisp and clear as an autumn night. Optionally, backseat passengers can enjoy two 11.4-inch high-definition entertainment screens mounted on the backseat of the front seats. The chic executive class backseat also includes an 8-inch touchscreen backseat controller. Not as many as the Jeep Wagoneer, but many screens are available on the new Range Rover.
Power trains aplenty
Offering many choices for wealthy customers, the 2022 Range Rover offers at least four different drivetrains. The entry-level product is a 3.0-liter I6 turbocharger supported by a 48-volt mild hybrid system. Overall, this setting yields 395 horsepower and 406 pound-force torque, which is not ridiculous. The new BMW 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 replaces the old Land Rover 5.0-liter engine with a supercharger.
This unit provides powerful 523 horsepower and 553 lbs of torque. Most models will be available on this engine, and that’s great news as it’s as sophisticated as it is powerful. It will be available in the United States from the 2023 model, and a plug-in hybrid powertrain will also be available. With a 38.2kWh lithium-ion battery pack, it is said to provide an impressive 62-mile all-electric range.
A 105 kW motor mounted in the gearbox provides motivation when not running on a combustion engine. The new Range Rover is finally offered as a pure electric vehicle. The all-electric variation will be available in 2024, but that’s all we know at this point. However, if other battery-powered trucks or SUVs are a sign (Ford F-150 Lightning and GMC Hummer EV pickups), this all-electric Range Rover should offer some serious performance.