LandRover Auto industry has unveiled the 2018 Range Rover. The new generation car was a leap with super specifications with few tweaks to the fascia and some nips and tucks, but nothing that is radically different.

Below are four things you need to know about the 2018 Range Rover

Plugin Hybrid Powertrain

It looks like Landrover decided to commence their hybridisation goal from the top. The hybrid power train in the 2018 Range Rover is a 2.0-litre petrol engine coupled with 85kW electric motor having a combined output of 404bhp. You get the P400e with a ZF eight-speed AT and a Terrain response system.

Landrover claims the 2018 Rangerover is fuel efficient to the extent that it could travel a distance of  42.94 km per liter of fuel. it is quite close to what you would get on a KTM Duke 390.

Updated Connectivity option

The 2018 Range Rover is gifted with a 4G connectivity option for multiple devices as well as dual screens center console. The front seats can adjust in 24 ways while the sun visors can be operated through gesture control.

Lead Head Lamp

Each of the optional top-of-the-line Pixel head lamps have 144 LEDs in them and are adaptive to the environment around you. They don’t alter the appearance of the car but be rest assured that it is going to be like driving with a mini sun in front of you.

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