2024 Land Rover Range Rover

2024 Land Rover Range Rover

The starting price climbs to $108,895. A new Bespoke SV service also offers a plethora of customization options.

The current-generation Range Rover isn’t old by any means, but that’s not stopping Land Rover from upping the power for 2024. Climb behind the wheel of a Range Rover SV and you can now command over 600 horsepower under your right foot.

Specifically, the 2024 Range Rover gains mild-hybrid tech for its 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8, but the big news is a new 606-hp V8 option that’s exclusive to the Range Rover SV. The mill generates 553 pound-feet of torque, but if that’s all a bit too much for you, the 3.0-liter six-pot plug-in hybrid now makes 542 combined hp in 550e trim. That drops the PHEV’s 0-60 mph time to 4.8 seconds, or if you’re gentle with the throttle, you can travel 51 miles on electric power alone. Curiously, Land Rover doesn’t provide acceleration or top speed estimates for the Range Rover SV.

There are some changes in the tech department as well. The 2024 Range Rover receives the latest generation of the company’s Pivi Pro infotainment system, accessed through the 13.1-inch center screen. Dynamic Response Pro, which debuted on the Range Rover Sport, offers better roll control during cornering. When venturing off-road, the 2024 Range Rover uses adaptive off-road cruise control as part of the Terrain Response 2 system. Four settings allow the system to automatically adjust the SUV’s speed in various situations, leaving the driver to simply steer clear (or over) obstacles.

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