New Features Included in Land Rover 2018 / 2019 Model Year

Few vehicles can rob your heart like the Land Rover Range Rover. With its impressive ultra-luxury SUV’s off-road ability, the Range Rover has managed to beat countless rivals by staying ahead of the game. Even the Bentley Bentayga, despite its sublime engine and high quality trappings, is no match for the Range Rover on the road.

The new Land Rover for 2018/2019 Model Year is likely to come equipped with a choice of supercharged V-6, turbo diesel V-6, and supercharged V-8 power. A total of five different power outputs are available from 254 to 557 horsepower. Both 2018 Evoque and Discovery Sport receive a pair of new turbocharged four-cylinder Ingenium gas engines which produce 518 hp and 575 hp respectively.

Next year, Land Rover is going to launch a plug-in hybrid Range Rover, promising a 31-mile all-electric range in addition to strong performance. There are three families of vehicles under the Land Rover brand umbrella – Range Rover, Discovery, and Defender – each with its defining characteristics ad personality delivers impressive off-road performance, wading depth, and of course luxury combined with a sense of engineering integrity.

The Range Rover Evoque Compact SUV has received two new Ingenium gasoline engines and range of enhancements that remarkably boost the appeal of this impressive vehicle as well as bring enhanced performance to the 2018 Range Rover Evoque lineup, cites one of the experts from Land Rover Repair Greensboro.

The 286hp Ingenium Si4 gasoline engine is the most powerful engine ever offered in the Evoque, delivered with a dynamic body kit as standard. Exterior pain palette now includes 13 available colors.

You can also find auto-dimming exterior mirrors introduced and made standard on SE Premium trim levels and up. The available WiFi connectivity has been upgraded to 4G for greater data download and upload speed. New Lunar/Ivory interior color option is available on SE Dynamic Convertible. Dark Sport Textured Trim Finisher is now standard on all derivatives except Landmark Edition and Autobiography.

With advanced driving capabilities and stunning design, the Velar is designed to fill the white space between the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport, offering levels of luxury, refinement, and all-terrain capability never before seen in the mid-size SUV segment.

With ample power, a peerless cabin, supreme off-road capabilities, and improved technology, the Velar is always one of the best to drive. The mid-size luxury SUV is enhanced by new levels of refinement, elegance, and technology to the segment.

The adaptive radar cruise control is empowered with steering assist as standard. This works by automatically steering the car, detecting road lines and keeping the SUV in its lane without driver input.

Other standard features include a rear camera, emergency braking, front and rear parking aids, driver condition monitor, and more. Adaptive dynamics are optional in certain models. The system monitors the relationship between the wheels and the road, while constantly adjusting the damping rates to ensure “suspension stiffness is optimized for the driving conditions.”

The 2018MY Range Rover Sport lineup will receive V6 and V8 gasoline models, two V6 diesel model, producing 575hp. The forthcoming Range Rover Sport will be enhanced by an evolved exterior design and an all-new interior, featuring the new Land Rover InControl Touch Pro Duo infotainment system.

Land Rover has announced the changes to the Range Rover Sport line-up for 2019. Customers can also chose their Range Rover Sport with either a supercharged V6 or V8 gasoline engines, and an available turbocharged V6 diesel engine. The new 2019MY PHEV model is expected to come up with powertrain choices of two supercharged gasoline options with four output ratings, a powerful diesel model and for the first time ever, an advanced PHEV.

Bringing 183kW and 600Nm outputs (a 6kW/100Nm increase), the six-cylinder oiler sends drive via an eight-speed automatic transmission. With evolved design and modern features, the Range Rover looks even more dynamic, while retaining its intrinsic character.

Available with adaptive cruise control with a stop and go function along with steering assist, the Range Rover Sport line-up offers supreme driving capability. “This system helps keep the vehicle centred in its lane by applying moderate steering interventions with the driver’s hands on the wheel,” Land Rover service expert explains.

It also includes an advanced automated emergency braking system that alerts the driver to an imminent crash and helps them use the maximum braking capacity of the car.

The 2018 Discovery Sport demonstrates the breadth of Land Rover ability, offering customers unparalleled all-terrain capability, levels of versatility for up to seven people and an excellent interior.

The news this year is an engine swap that trades a 2.0 liter turbo-4 for a 2.0 liter turbo-4 in two tunes. It makes 237 horsepower (slightly down from 240 hp last year). Regardless of engine, the Discovery Sport receives a competent 9-speed automatic that helps it wring out every last mile from a gallon of gas.

Author Bio: Richard Bradford is a passionate car enthusiast with years of experience of working in one of the reputable Land Rover auto body shop centers in Greensboro. In his recent write-up, he talks about the new features in Land Rover 2018/2019 Model year.