It comes with the usual standard safety features, and offers some electronic safety upgrades, but the Land Rover LR4 is still waiting on official crash-test scores.
The LR4 has not been crash-tested by either the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) or the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration).
However, it does have the mandatory features covered, from side airbags and curtain airbags that protect the front two rows of seats, to anti-lock brakes and stability control, both with an integral off-road mode. Order a seven-seat model and the LR4 also gets separate side curtain bags to protect those rearmost occupants.
Active (swiveling) headlamps are available in the LR4, while parking sensors and a rear camera system help with visibility; but overall outward visibility is surprisingly good, thanks to the elevated seating position.