2013 Range Rover Spied Inside Out With Less Disguise

New Range Rover is soon ready for public debut. These new spy photos show it with minimal disguise, revealing a new evolutionary design similar to the Range Rover Evoque.

We can see a three bar grille, clamshell bonnet, LED headlights and window lines are clearly seen.

New Range Rover rides on new aluminium-intensive platform and is reportedly 400kg lighter than its predecessor. Engine options are expected to remain similar, with improvements to fuel efficiency. A plug-in hybrid is also expected to join the range.

Overall size seems to be bigger when compared to its predecessor, meaning there is more legroom and cargo space in the trunk.

World debut is very likely at the Paris Motor Show in September.


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