The new Range Rover will cost from £71,295 when it goes on sale in January.
That will buy the new entry-level 254bhp 3.0-litre V6 diesel model in Vogue trim. The new engine makes this the first Range Rover to have emissions below 200g/km; it emits 196g/km of CO2, and averages 37.7mpg.
The 2013 model keeps the 4.4-litre V8 of the current Range Rover, but it has been revamped to improve economy and performance. Emissions have been cut from 253g/km to 229g/km, while average economy is up from 30.1mpg to 32.5mpg. The 4.4-litre model costs from £78,095.
The 5.0-litre supercharged model is the final engine that will be available at launch, with prices starting from £98,395. The largest of the three engines will blast the Range Rover from 0-60mph in just 5.1 seconds, and is available in Autobiography trim.
The entry-level 3.0-litre V6 diesel in Vogue trim will have sub-200g/km emissions
A hybrid model will join the range later in 2013, with Range Rover targeting CO2 emissions of just 169g/km. The car will be powered by a V6 diesel engine sitting alongside an electric motor.
The 2013 Range Rover's cabin is more luxurious than ever and gets more high-tech kit
Three trims will be on offer: Vogue, Vogue SE and Autobiography. The new Range Rover is available to order now.
The full price list is as follows:
Vogue – £71,295.00
Vogue SE – £77,895.00
Autobiography – £87,895.00
Vogue – £78,095.00
Vogue SE – £84,695.00
Autobiography – £94,695.00
5.0 V8 Supercharged
Autobiography – £98,395.00
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