The future generation of the Range Rover Vogue has recently leaked with no camouflage on its body, revealing us the lines of the popular luxury crossover.
The British based automaker Land Rover may try to keep the future generation of the Range Rover Vogue into the shadows for the moment, until it will finally be ready for its future customers, but that didn’t stop the guys at carbuzz.com to get their hands on these images, which are revealing the crossover with no camouflage on its body.
As you can see from the images posted below this article, the company has chosen not to mess with the classic design of the Range Rover and, to be honest, we’re glad that they took this decision because, even with something from the Evoque on the front fascia of the vehicle, the model still manages to draw inspiration.
According to the source mentioned above, the future generation of the Range Rover Vogue is expected to come with a more fuel efficient version of the current 4.4 turbo diesel V8 and the larger 5.0 liter turbocharged V8, along with a smaller V6 unit which should be good for 375 HP. More details on the future generation of the Range Rover will be announced at the 2012 Paris Motor Show in September.