The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover is only a midcycle refresh, so while the updates are light, they're still rather important.
The exterior was only lightly massaged with a new grille, different vent graphics and a new rear bumped with integrated tailpipes.
Inside, the front seats are wider to improve ingress and egress.
The front and rear seat controls have been moved to the door panels so they're easier to use.
The glass is 20 percent thicker to cut down on road noise
The sunroof's blind can now be activated with gesture controls.
The Range Rover now sports the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, which uses two 10-inch touchscreens.
A 10-inch full color head-up display can show several items at once, whether it's navigation or road speed or adaptive cruise control settings.
The 2018 Range Rover lineup should be available later this year.
Prices start at $87,350 for the 340-hp V6 and top out at $177,200 for the long-wheelbase SVAutobiography Dynamic.