The New Range Rover comes with a suite of mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains plus a choice of four, five or seven-seat interiors available across Standard and Long Wheelbase body designs. A pure-electric Range Rover is set to join the line-up in 2024.

Land Rover’s new flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture, MLA-Flex, underpins multiple aspects of the SUV, including capability, handling and refinement. The car’s speaker technology builds on MLA-Flex body architecture to deliver a quiet in-cabin experience through its Active Noise Cancellation system.

The system monitors wheel vibrations, tire noise and engine sounds transmitted into the cabin and generates a cancelling signal played through 35 speakers. These include a pair of 60mm diameter speakers in the headrests for each of the four main cabin occupants, which create personal quiet zones similar to the effect when using high-end headphones.

Land Rover’s latest Electrical Vehicle Architecture (EVA 2.0) enables several new functions, including Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA) updates for more than 70 electronic modules. These updates allow the New Range Rover to evolve, improve and remain up to date over the vehicle lifecycle. This functionality extends to user convenience, with a wireless charging for Qi compatible smartphones, a device charging socket for every seat and up to eight USB-C sockets.

The SUV also provides integrated Amazon Alexa. The voice-controlled AI assistant allows customers to manage key infotainment features, music track selection, navigation or phone contacts – while encouraging safe driving and eyes-on-the-road.

Alexa voice AI is embedded within the New Range Rover, allowing customers to check the news, weather and for any scheduled meetings through voice commands. The system can connect with both smart home devices and other Alexa-enabled devices. Alexa works alongside Wireless Apple CarPlay and Wireless Android Auto and can be activated through the “Alexa” voice command or by pressing the Alexa button on the central touchscreen. Only the user’s Amazon account details and a Wi-Fi are needed to access the vehicle’s Alexa functionality, with no external devices required.

The New Range Rover enhances Land Rover’s Pivi Pro infotainment a new 13.1-inch curved, floating screen. This works with a new semi-floating 13.7-inch Interactive Driver Display, which features HD graphics based around a three-panel layout that reflects the design of the Pivi Pro home screen. Customers can choose from a variety of configurations, including a conventional analogue layout, using the steering wheel controls. The central display will provide haptic feedback when customers touch and press the screen, allowing users to feel a positive confirmation without the need to glance at the screen.

Rear passengers can benefit from a new Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) system, which provides adjustable 11.4-inch HD touchscreens mounted on the rear of the front seatbacks. They can be operated independently and support the connection of most devices with an HDMI port, while Wi-Fi hotspot capability allows rear-seat passengers to enjoy smart TV entertainment on the move. The eight-inch Rear Seat Touchscreen Controller mounted in the center armrest of the available Executive Class Rear Seats can be used to adjust the seating position, elevating the rear-seat experience for passengers.