Even though it is scheduled to leave the production line soon to make room for its new generation, the 2012 Range Rover will get more style, with new option packs for the Vogue and Autobiography models.
The “new” Range Rover will have gloss black-finish for the lights and tail lamp, the front grille surround will be colored in Narvik Black and the SUV will be sitting on new 20 inch v-spoke alloy wheels.
“The Range Rover always has been and remains the definitive, luxury SUV and one of whose off-road performance matches its comfort levels and performance. New equipment levels revised styling and generously specified option packs make it the one to beat in 2012”, said the Land Rover Global Brand Director, John Edwards.
According to the automaker, the Vogue Silver Pack and the Vogue Black Pack will come with heated and cooled seats for each passenger, 8 inch Dual View infotainment screen at which, as you probably know, the driver can watch the navigation while the passenger can watch a video, and the 1.200W Harman Kardon High Dynamics Audio System.
The engine range for the 2012 Range Rover has remained the same and the automaker will focus on developing new powerplants for the forthcoming generation.