The new generation Range Rover is based on the MLA-Flex modular platform, on which Jaguar Land Rover alliance vehicles will also be built in the future. The vehicle will be available with both standard and long wheelbase and, for the first time in Range Rover history, with a seven-seat cabin. The interior design of the presented version of the Range Rover SV includes premium finishes and exclusive materials such as shiny metal inserts, smooth ceramics, and high-quality leather or eco-friendly Ultrafabrics.
The car is equipped with the third-generation Active Noise Cancellation system. Due to the tightness of the body, as well as the use of special microphones outside the car and speakers in the headrests inside, a personal comfort zone for passengers is created - the principle of operation is somewhat similar to headphones with active noise cancellation function. The new Range Rover is also equipped with Integrated Chassis Control, which optimizes all the parameters on which the vehicle's dynamic capabilities depend. In addition, the new Dynamic Response Pro body roll control system contributes to a comfortable and relaxed ride in all conditions.
The new Range Rover is presented in three modifications: with two three-liter diesel sixes with the indexes D350 and D250, and with a 4.4-liter gasoline V8 with the index P530. The fifth generation Range Rover was designed and developed in Britain. The model will go on sale in 2022. The Bond series SUVs are the prototype of the Defender from the new James Bond movie "No Time to Die". The car is equipped with a 5.0-liter gasoline engine with 525 hp and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The Defender V8 Bond version will be produced in a limited run of 300 SUVs.