Range Rover makes a Change

July 25, 2007 at 8:17 am Leave a comment

Land Rover is now on sale according to some news on the net. But while they are wearing the bargain tag, they are still doing good jobs in its car line ups – just like the upgrades they give to the ongoing Range Rover. Last year’s Range Rover handles a V8 4.4L engine which is capable of running on 305 horsepower. The supercharged V8 4.2L is propelling on a huge 400 horsepower but now, the new car model received a minimum set of upgrades from Land Rover.

The interior parts have been given new looks. The storage cabin was given more space than the previous version. It added air-conditioning devices as well as switchgear, a new trim and airbags for safer driving. The front seats are even made safer by giving new head restraints used to minimize whiplash. It also received a new air-cooling system.

An all-new Land Rover Terrain Response system is also installed on the new Rover model. An electronic rear is also given as a standard car part for the supercharged models. The electronic brake also is installed on the new vehicle to automatically disengage the car when you start driving.

Need more? Well, take those aluminum replacements on the car as a plan according to the makers of the new Land Rover. The new car will stand as competition between Porsche and Mercedes-Benz but the company is promising more unique features when they reveal the new Range Rover soon enough.


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