Land Rover has introduced the redesigned 2022 Range Rover. When it arrives, the new Range Rover will once again rival the fifth-generation Cadillac Escalade.
Outside, the 2022 Range Rover features a new exterior design with simple, smoothed-out lines and features. Wheel sizing is up to 23 inches in diameter. Both standard and long-wheelbase configurations are offered, as is a new three-row setup for the cabin space, with available seating configurations accommodating four, five, and seven passengers.
The infotainment spec features 13.1-inch central touchscreen, as well as 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster and configurable display. Customers can also get a 1,600-watt Meridian sound system with active noise cancellation and 35 speakers. Haptic feedback, Amazon Alexa integration, and wireless Apple CarPlay / Amazon Alexa support are all included.
As for the cabin materials, the 2022 Range Rover offers a few alternatives to traditional leather offered, such as a combination of Ultrafabrics and Kvadrat wool-blend.
Under the skin, the 2022 Range Rover rides on the aluminum-rich Land Rover’s Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA). The powertrain spec includes a mild-hybrid turbocharged 3.0L I6 producing 395 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque as standard, while a twin-turbo 4.4L V8 producing 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque is offered higher in the line. A plug-in hybrid powertrain is expected for the 2023 model year, while an all-electric variant will be offered in 2024.
Four-wheel steering is standard across the model lineup. All-wheel drive is also standard, with the option to disconnect the front axle for greater efficiency. Multiple driving modes are onboard, including those specific for off-roading adventures.
Pricing starts at $104,000 for the base 2022 Range Rover P400 SE, ranging up to $163,500 for the 2022 Range Rover P530 First Edition LWB. Orders for the 2022 Range Rover SE, Autobiography, and First Edition models are open now, with deliveries expected by the spring of 2022.