All-new Range Rover 2023 will be launched for the first time in Thailand on 19 May.

The all-new Range Rover 2023 is ready to be launched for the first time in Thailand on May 19. Details and prices have to wait after the launch again.

Inchcape (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the official importer and distributor of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles in Thailand. Announced to prepare for the launch of the all-new Range Rover 2023 on May 19, 2022, after being launched in the global market at the end of 2021, it is expected to focus on the plug-in hybrid engine market. Essentially, it can drive with an electric motor alone for a maximum distance of 113 kilometers when fully charged.

The all-new Range Rover, now the fifth generation, is based on the MLA-Flex platform developed by Land Rover itself. It can accommodate a wide range of engines from combustion engines, plug-in hybrids. and electric motors It will still be available in both regular and long wheelbase body configurations, as well as a seven-seater cabin version. Autobiography LWB for the first time as well.


The new Range Rover 2023 is featured in the exterior design, emphasizing elegance. It is equipped with Digital LED headlamps that consist of 1.2 million Digital Micro-mirror Devices (DMDs) that allow for a finer distribution of light. with LED taillights that blend in with the body and will only be visible when the light is on. It also comes with an air suspension system that works with a 48-volt electric stabilizer, which can use information from the navigation system to adjust the suspension to suit the road conditions ahead.

Inside, the cabin is outfitted with a 13.7-inch digital gauge and 13.1-inch Pivo Pro infotainment screen, complemented by haptic feedback for the first time. The rear row can also be equipped with an optional 11.4-inch screen. There is also a Meridian audio system with noise cancellation function in the headrest for the first time.


In terms of power, there are both Plug-in Hybrid engines in the code P440e, equipped with a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder petrol engine that produces a maximum power of 440 horsepower (PS), a maximum torque of 620 Newton – meters, can accelerate from 0-100 km. ./hr. in 6 seconds and a top speed of 225 km/h, or the P510e code that increases the power to 510 horsepower, a maximum torque of 700 Newton – meters, accelerates from 0-100 km/ hrs, just 5.5 seconds, and a top speed of 242 km/h. Both are capable of driving around 113 km in electric mode according to WLTP standards.

The new Range Rover is also powered by the mild-hybrid P360 and P400 six-cylinder petrol engines producing 360bhp and 400hp respectively. Or it will be the code P530 that uses a 4.4-liter V8 engine raised from the BMW X7, producing a maximum power of 530 horsepower and a maximum torque of 750 Nm.


While the diesel powerhouse Mild-hybrid is equipped with a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder diesel engine, but is divided into 3 codes: D250 maximum power 249 horsepower, maximum torque 600 Nm – followed by D300, maximum power 300 horsepower and torque. Up to 650 Newton – meters and D350, maximum power 350 horsepower, maximum torque 700 Newton – meters, with all the above models delivered with an 8-speed automatic transmission.

As for the details and price of the All-new Range Rover in the house, we have to wait for the launch on May 19.