Inchcape Kenya has launched The Range Rover, codenamed L460, the fifth generation Range Rover from the Land Rover line.
The new model has a similar style, but with cleaner contours that keep the premium machine looking contemporary. Furthermore, the manufacturer outfits it with cutting-edge technologies.
Land Rover’s MLA-Flex platform underpins the new Range Rover. Buyers can choose between short and long wheelbase configurations. Depending on the trim level and the buyer’s preferences, four-, five-, or seven-seat combinations are available.
The new Range Rover design evolves the model’s established image while simplifying the look to the essentials. It appears extremely smooth, with the rounded edge of the door melding seamlessly with the glass. These small details contribute to the large model’s outstanding drag coefficient of 0.30.
The New Range Rover is available with a choice of powerful Ingenium 4.4 litre V8 petrol and a 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine that have an electric super charger.
Speaking during the media launch event held at the Jaguar Land Rover Showroom, Inchcape Africa Managing Director, Francis Agbonlahor, noted that the vehicle upholds its reputation of pioneering innovation with the suite of technologies designed to enhance convenience, efficiency and safety.
“The new Range Rover L460 incorporates Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA) updates meaning the vehicle will constantly evolve and remain up to date as it matures,” he said.
Other features that contribute to the vehicle being the ultimate SUV experience include Adaptive Cruise Control and Steering Assist, which smooth out body movements caused by sudden changes in speed, headrest speakers with next-generation noise cancellation, and a new clean air technology that significantly reduces odours and viruses, resulting in one of the quietest, most relaxing, luxury travel experiences yet.
The car is now on sale in Kenya at the Inchcape Land Rover dealership.