The 2015 Land Rover LR4 has an interior that's laid out in a way that used to be more common among SUVs. You sit upright, with a great view of the road ahead from the well-placed driving position and a hood that seems low, in a relative sense, with the always visible, pronounced corners that have always been a Land Rover mainstay (and an asset when you're off-roading).
You definitely won't mistake the LR4 for a crossover, although the comfortable seats for the first and second rows are worthy of a vehicle with a luxury badge. In front, they include well-shaped bucket seats, with good support and infinitely adjustable armrests. Technically the second row is positioned a little higher than the first row, in a 'stadium' setup, although they might feel a little low to the floor to some. Overall, they might not have as much knee room or legroom, but passengers will enjoy relatively smooth ride comfort and a good view outward.
The third-row seating, however, is a different story. It essentially flips up from the cargo floor. There's not much head room in that rearmost row, so it's definitely best left to small kids.
With two large glove boxes, large upholders, and abundant cubbies , there's plenty of room for stuff even when you have the LR4 full of passengers. And when it's time to haul gear and not people, the second and third row seats can be folded completely flat, exposing up to 90 cubic feet of space.
Ride quality is great, and the cabin keeps both road noise and wind noise at bay -- to a degree that you wouldn't expect in a vehicle with this sort of truck-like profile. The height-adjustable air suspension offers four settings: Access (lower for loading/unloading), Standard, Off-Road, and Extended.