Various Instagram accounts, including Driven Hard and Cochespias, have posted the first photographs of the all-new flagship 2022 Range Rover SUV ahead of the anticipated launch on October 26.
The current Range Rover has been on the market since 2012, and this is a nice refresh on JLR’s new MLA design, which supports gas, diesel, PHEV, and full EV powertrains. Land Rover, like Porsche, chose an evolutionary design rather than a revolutionary one.
The latest photographs, which are thought to have been taken in secret at an unknown park, show the 2019 Range Rover SUV with a fresh back view. The original chunky light clusters of the departing model have been replaced with sleek vertical lamp units that appear as black panels when not illuminated.
A new shallower grille has been added to the front. The door gills are new, and the flush-fit handles from the Range Rover Evoque and Velar are also used on the new SUV. Earlier in the day, Land Rover released a fuzzy first look at the all-new 2022 Range Rover SUV, which will make its global debut in six days.
Expect a wide selection of powertrains, including mild-hybrid inline-6s, a PHEV version, BMW’s 4.4L TT V8, and a fully electric version.
The next-generation Range Rover will debut in 2022, replacing the current model, which has been on the market since 2012. It will compete with the BMW X7, Maybach GLS, Aston Martin DBX, and Lexus LX 600 SUV, which will be released in 2022.