Starting at about $84,000, the Range Rover's standard features include an eight-speed automatic transmission, a supercharged V-6 engine, four-wheel drive, user-selectable traction control modes, and much more, mechanically speaking. On the features front, cruise control, power windows/locks, keyless entry, push-button start, three-mode automatic climate control, power-heated front seats, and a power-split tailgate with integrated liftgate are also included.
Infotainment equipment includes dual LCD screens in the front row; one is a 12.3-inch display in place of the gauges, while the second is an 8-inch touchscreen for control of the entertainment systems, navigation, and more. While the interface for the touchscreen system has been updated, it's still not one of the most intuitive or easily-accessed infotainment systems on the market--perhaps the only black mark on the Range Rover's list of successes.
The Range Rover's standard audio system is powered by Meridian audio processing, packing 300 watts of sound. An upgrade to the top-of-the-line system brings 29 speakers, 1,700 watts of power, and more Meridian processing. It lacks a bit of punch, but it's still a clean, sweet-sounding system.
Convenience and luxury upgrades include 20-way power front seats with heating, ventilation, and massage functions; a panoramic sunroof; rear-seat DVD entertainment; soft-close doors; electrically deployed running boards; and cooler boxes. On the safety feature sheet, adaptive cruise control, speed limiting, and surround view cameras are among the available extras.
The cabin of every Range Rover is swathed in leather by default, all semi-aniline--meaning soft to the touch--and gorgeous to look at. Autobiography and Autobiography Black models can upgrade to even nicer leathers. An extensive color palette is available, both inside and outside the Range Rover, including a choice of black or silver roof with any of 37 body colors; 17 interior colors and 3 veneers; and 22 Autobiography-exclusive paint choices.