Both these offerings feature updated equipment list and are in line with the latest design language from Jaguar Land Rover.
Subsequent to the Velar and the Evoque Convertible, Jaguar Land Rover has now brought in the facelifted Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. The former has been priced starting Rs 1.74 crore while the latter carries a price tag of Rs 99.48 lakh (ex-showroom).
Most of the changes to the facelifted Range Rover and Range Rover Sport are cosmetic. These Velar-inspired changes bring both these SUVs in line with their new design language. At the front, the two cars have now been fitted with reprofiled LED headlamps. The grille has been reworked and now comes with the new 'Atlas Mesh' pattern that makes the car look more elegant. The tail lamp design has also been updated.
The top-spec Range Rover is now a lot better equipped than before. They come with redesigned front seats. These seats have been fitted with a hot stone massage function for enhanced comfort - the armrests also get a hearing function. For the convenience of passengers on board, they come with as many as 17 multimedia connecting points. Other features include feature control sun blinds, hotspot connectivity, and more.
Both these cars will come with a range of engine options starting from a 335bhp petrol to the top-spec 5.0-litre 517bhp supercharged V8 petrol. Diesel engine options include a 254bhp model and a 335bhp version V6 oil burner. The Range Rover of course is available in both 2.92-meter standard wheelbase as well as the 3.12-meter long wheelbase version.
These Range Rovers will compete against the likes of the Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GLS and the Lexus LX.