Today we will show you more photos of the new 2022 Range Rover which appeared as a prototype hidden under camouflage while doing speed tests on the famous Nurburgring circuit in Germany, which has one of the most difficult race tracks in the world.
Most of Land Rover fans realize that the fourth generation of Range Rover is almost over, as we are waiting now for the launch of the fifth and all-new generation of the queen of SUVs, which is now surrounded by more rivals, such as Bentley Bentayga.
As a reminder, here are Range Rover generations:
- The first generation, which represents the first step in the history of one of the most successful cars in the world, was made during the years 1969 to 1996.
- The second generation was produced from 1994 to 2002.
- The third generation was produced during the years from 2002 to 2012.
- The fourth-generation started in 2012 and it is still being produced until this moment
And now we’re going to show you the all-new photos of the 2022 Range Rover in a prototype version hidden under camouflage:
Although this new British car is hidden, we can see that it will get a new front grille surrounded by new lights, new front and rear bumper, and it appears that the body will get some tweaks to improve aerodynamics. In addition, it seems that there will be major changes to the design of the tailgate, and there are also vertical rear lights and 4 exhaust tips.
The new Range Rover will rely on a Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA) chassis that supports Hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electrical variants.
Expected engine options:
- A hybrid system that combines a 3-liter 6-cylinder gasoline engine with an electric motor, with a total power of 355 hp (360 PS), and 395 hp (400 PS ) in the plug-in hybrid version.
- Another hybrid version that combines a turbocharged two-liter 4-cylinder engine and an electric motor with a total power of up to 398 hp (404 PS) and 640 Nm of torque.
- The car will also get electric motors from BMW as a kind of mutual cooperation, in addition to the 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8 engine from the Bavarian manufacturer.