Looking at the Range Rover is like looking at a modernized bit of the past: you can see the heritage, the hard-scrabbling, bush-whacking Defender in its spirit, but it's transformed through a lens of urban civility and stylish luxury.
The slab sides couple with hidden curves to deliver a look that's as at home in the forest as it is downtown. Large alloy wheels and front fender side vents are eye-catching visual cues.
Last year's upgrades to the interior materials pushes the cabin's style even further into hyperluxury territory, with high-quality metal, wood, and soft-touch plastics throughout.
The Range Rover is so luxurious, in fact, that it inspires many comparisons to Rolls-Royce or Bentley interior quality and feel.The technology in the instrument panel and center stack, often a jarring contrast to the old-world look of a luxury interior, is instead a complement, adding a dash of modern appeal as well as bringing lots of useful information to the driver.