New Range Rover long-wheelbase spied near the Nürburgring

The new fourth-generation Range Rover is getting soon a long-wheelbase variant and here we have the latest spy shots.

The luxury Range Rover LWB was caught testing near the Nürburgring, revealing an extra long rear door.

The new Range Rover LWB platform is about 15 centimeters longer than the standard model, offering more space for the rear passengers. We expect the Range Rover LWB edition to come with individual reclining rear seats with massage functions, limousine like comfort, new tech goodies and bespoke cabin trim options.

Engine options are likely to include just the top spec units, meaning there will be a 503bhp 5.0-litre supercharged V8 and a 334bhp 4.4-litre SDV8.

This new LWB version is expected to debut later this year as a 2014 model.


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