New Range Rover India launch: Which variants can you buy here?

By Divyank Kushagra Bansal | on January 14, 2022

Due to the current COVID scenario, Land Rover has brought the much-awaited fifth-generation Range Rover rather quietly to our shores. Here's a look at all the trims, variants, and engine options that you can get your hands on.  

Land Rover has officially opened its order books for the all-new fifth-generation Range Rover. A quick visit to the brand's India website has also given us the detailed variant-wise pricing of the luxury SUV. For now, Land Rover has only listed the prices for two engine options – the 3.0-litre diesel mild-hybrid (D350 MHEV) and the 4.4-litre twin-turbo petrol V8 (P530). Prices for the third engine option, the 3.0-litre petrol mild-hybrid (P400 MHEV), will be revealed at a later date. In the meantime, here's a look at the variant-wise prices:


Variants ↓  P530 D350 MHEV
SE Rs 2.46 crore Rs 2.31 crore
HSE Rs 2.71 crore Rs 2.56 crore
Autobiography Rs 3.05 crore Rs 2.90 crore
First Edition Rs 3.25 crore Rs 3.13 crore
LWB SE Rs 2.64 crore Rs 2.49 crore
LWB HSE Rs 2.87 crore Rs 2.72 crore
LWB Autobiography Rs 3.21 crore Rs 3.06 crore
LWB First Edition Rs 3.41 crore Rs 3.29 crore

As you can see above, the Range Rover continues to be on sale with two wheelbase options – Standard and Long Wheelbase (LWB) – and there are three trims on offer: SE, HSE, and Autobiography. As is the norm with all higher-end JLR models, the First Edition units will be the most exclusive, as they will be on sale for a limited duration. In this long variant line-up, customers will also have the option of customising the seating layout of their Range Rover as a four-, five- or seven-seater. The three-row seven-seat option is a first for the Range Rover, which is offered exclusively on the LWB variants.

The D350 and P400 powertrains use JLR's 3.0-litre Ingenium mild-hybrid straight-six engines. In the D350, the diesel engine develops 346bhp and 700Nm of torque, and in the P400, the petrol unit develops a healthy 394bhp and 550Nm. The range-topping P530 configuration features a BMW-sourced twin-turbo V8. It serves as a replacement for the in-house 5.0-litre supercharged V8. The new V8 develops 523bhp and 750Nm and is capable of launching the Range Rover from 0 to 100km/h in just 4.6 seconds.

Click here to check out all the new features and technologies packed into the new Range Rover.

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