Tuesday, September 20, 2011

2013 Range Rover spied with less camouflage

2013 Range Rover

Next-generation Range Rover spied showing new features of the front fascia 

Here are the latest spy shots of the upcoming 2013 Land Rover Range Rover caught testing in Germany.
Wearing less camouflage than the last time (Read: Scoop: 2013 Range Rover) we spied a next-generation Range Rover prototype, we can now better make out the overall shape of this model. We also get to see some details of the front fascia with features such as the air intakes on the front bumper.

The next-generation Land Rover flagship will be larger than the current Range Rover but will weight around 400 kg (881 lbs) less due to an aluminum chassis the automaker is developing in conjunction with Jaguar.

Source: World Car Fans

1 comment:

  1. If the headlights aren't camouflaged, it has a hint of BMW. The quarter panels and rear end have kept the same clean lines. Can't wait to see it in the show room.