For the first time in 20 years Land Rover are to introduce a long wheel base version of the new Range Rover.
An additional 140mm rear legroom has been achieved by lengthening the bodyshell in front of the rear wheels.
There is the choice of either bench rear seating or for the ultimate luxury you can specify individual Executive Class rear seats. That can be set to recline by 17 degrees, which is 9 degrees more than the standard wheel base model. -Plus you can order Passenger Seat Away which slides the front seat forward to provide additional space. Standard equipment includes powered side door blinds and a panoramic sunroof. Range Rover long wheelbase models will carry an ‘L’ badge mounted into the exterior accents behind each front wheel arch
First deliveries are expected in March 2014, after its preview at the forthcoming LA and Guangzhou motor shows.
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