2022 Range Rover Revealed!
2022 Range Rover Overview
Here are the 3 significant highlights of the 2022 Range Rover:
- 2022 Range Rover will be offered in standard and long-wheelbase versions with seating for four, five, or seven people.
- 2022 Range Rover SE, Autobiography, and First Edition orders are currently being taken, while their delivery will begin in the spring.
- Four-wheel steering is now standard on every vehicle in the lineup.
2022 Range Rover Price:
Three months later, the plug-in hybrid powertrain should be available.
|2022 Range Rover Model||2022 Range Rover Price|
|2022 Range Rover SE||$105,350 (Starting price)|
|2022 Range Rover Autobiography||$153,350 (Starting price)|
|2022 Range Rover First Edition (Standard-wheelbase model)||$159,550 (Starting price)|
|2022 Range Rover First Edition (Long-wheelbase model)||$164,850 (Starting price)|
2022 Range Rover SV will be considerably more expensive when it arrives, and it will be at the top of the list.
All-New Land Rover Variants
Although the all-new 2022 Range Rover has hardly been changed since the last decade (much longer than the average product cycle), it looks instantly recognizable.
However, the new Rover comes with additional features. The first of these is the model’s first-ever 3-row variant, which finally puts it on par with competitors like the Lincoln Navigator, BMW X7, Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class, and Cadillac Escalade.
According to Land Rover, the 7-seat Range Rover has a long-wheelbase body design and is expected to be particularly popular in the United States, where one out of every four existing customers has requested such a vehicle.
Land Rover’s Clear sight front camera technology is used on the Range Rover, which can stitch together a forward-view image as if the front bodywork were see-through.
The air suspension has a maximum rise of 5.7 inches and has a default ground clearance of 11.6 inches.
As a result, the Rover can wade through water up to three feet deep. In addition, there are six off-road driving modes, just as the Defender.
2022 Range Rover claims to have pushed the edge in terms of luxury finishing.
The profile perspective may see a gently descending roofline, a continuous beltline, and a rising sill line.
McGovern claims that the new edition “is about taking out, not adding in” compared to the previous model.
The door handles have been flush-mounted, window base molding has been eliminated, and installed flush glazing.
As a result, the taillights seem like essential black vertical components until they are lighted.
With new vertical creases at the active aero elements, rear corners, and a suspension that automatically lowers at highway speeds, these flush features give the 2022 Range Rover a 12% improvement.
Both variants have gained three inches between the axles.
The regular wheelbase now measures 118 inches, and the entire length is 199 inches.
Long-wheelbase version measuring 8-inches longer in both dimensions.
McGovern of the new Range Rover’s design reported that the wheels measure up to 23 inches in diameter.
The SV trim (which will be available in 2023) boasts ceramic knobs and switchgear (in white or anthracite), wool-blend upholstery, and mosaic marquetry wood veneers.
Copper-colored roof and matching accents on the wheels and grille surround, and Intrepid, with black trim and anthracite gray as the accent color, are the two design themes available for the SV.
A new 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster with a customizable display sits in front of the driver.
In addition, the Autobiography and First Edition receive a 1600-watt Meridian sound system with active noise cancellation and 35 speakers, including speakers in the headrests.
2022 Range Rover interior comes with a 13.1-inch touchscreen that runs Amazon Alexa integration, Jaguar Land Rover’s Pivi Pro operating system, wireless Apple Car-Play, Android Auto, and incorporating haptic feedback.
The optional new Power-Assisted Doors, which can also be controlled via the touchscreen, will make entering and departing the Range Rover easier next year.
The optional cabin air filtration system can filter Covid germs, perhaps the ultimate luxury.
Both rear rows of the seven-seater are power-folding.
It also has stretch-out armrests, USB ports, A/C vents, and seat heaters, so it doesn’t seem like you’re in first class.
With 34 inches of legroom and very quick access, the third row is truly usable.
Meanwhile, the four-seat SV includes a full-length center console with a table that raises and swivels to serve either rear-seat occupant as well as its 8-inch touchscreen.
The back chairs in the executive class include detachable leg supports.
There’s a cool refrigerated box between the rear seatbacks, and a rear-seat entertainment system with dual 11.4-inch screens is available.
When you get to the back of the 2022 Range Rover, you’ll notice that it has an overhead liftgate as well as a drop-down tailgate.
A unique Tailgate Event Suite is offered for the latter. In addition, a two-person pop-up seat with leather cushions is just perfect.
Battery & Performance
2022 Range Rover SE’s base engine is the familiar turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six with 48-volt hybrid assistance.
It has a power output of 395 horsepower and a torque output of 406 pound-feet.
The new Rover debuts the brand’s MLA-Flex construction, which is believed to be 76 percent aluminum behind all the glitz.
As a result, torsional stiffness has reportedly increased by 50%. Inline-six engines and a turbocharged V-8 are among the available powertrains.
A new 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 with 523 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque is optional on the SE, standard on the Autobiography and First Edition.
2022 Range Rover accelerates to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, according to manufacturing estimates.
A plug-in hybrid six-cylinder engine with 434 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque will be available for the 2023 model year.
It has a predicted EV range of 62 miles thanks to its 38.2-kWh battery while a usable capacity 31.8kWh.
In addition, the Range Rover can reach speeds of 87 mph supported by a 105 kW electric motor built into the transmission.
Chassis & Suspension
All-wheel drive is now standard, and the front axle can now be disconnected.
The installation of standard four-wheel steering is the most significant chassis upgrade.
In addition, the back wheels may turn up to 7 degrees, reducing the turning radius to 36 feet.
Air suspension is used once more, but this time with new twin-valve dampers that modulate rebound and compression independently.
The Range Rover additionally has electrical anti-roll bars that are powered by 48 volts.