The fifth-generation Range Rover arrives on October 26th. Nine years have passed since Land Rover unveiled the radically innovative fourth series of aluminum self-supporting bodies, which printed four less glazes than its steel predecessor. Since then, the company’s entire model range and technology arsenal has been replaced.


For now, we can only guess what the new generation Range Rover will bring: in addition to the improvements introduced over time for the smaller siblings (plug-in hybrid powertrains, advanced digital content and online connectivity, next-generation chassis control, forward-looking driver support features), real innovations will obviously be needed. , from reducing emissions to improving comfort levels to innovative safety systems.

For now, all we know is what can be read from a single, blurred image released by the company. The Range Rover stays true to the style of its predecessors, retaining their basic proportions – short overhangs, a long engine housing, and a specially pointed tail design that improves terrain angle. There will also be a clamshell bonnet, but the handles will fit into the body as in the case of the Velar, and the roof plate will slope backwards, making the style sportier.