5 things you need to know about the 2018 Range Rover LWB
I've spent a week getting my British on in the full side Range Rover long wheel base and here are five things that you need to know.
If you're looking for big, this is it.
The long wheel base is 17 feet long [UNKNOWN].
It can give you a way bigger back seat.
More than seven inches of a standard wheel base.
I mean, look at this.
I can sleep back here.
Under the hood, it's a five liter supercharged V8 engine, which is putting out 518 horsepower and 461 pound feet of torque.
Now, all of that is going through an eight speed automatic transmission to all four wheels.
You might think that the Range Rover is more mall crawler than rock crawler, but with the air suspension lifting it up about six inches, it actually has pretty good geometry.
I mean, it's not Jeep Wrangler Rubicon good, but it doesn't suck.
A configural gauge cluster can put navigation right there front and center.
It's not quite as cool as Audi's virtual cockpit.
I gotta scroll through a couple menus to get to it.
But it's nice to have the map right there in front of my face.
You're gonna have to start saving your pennies, y'all.
This baby starts at $108,000.
And my tester here, try $126,000.
Well, that's five things you need to know about the English elephant.
If you'd like to learn more about the Range Rover long wheel base, you can head on over to theroadshow.com for a full review and whole slew of photos.
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