Revealed at this year's New York Auto Show, the new Range Rover starts from $79,725
The entry price gets you a 5.0L naturally-aspirated V8 rated at 375hp and 375lb-ft of torque, updated driver information via a new 12in TFT screen, advanced adaptive dynamics system for better stability and roll control, plus new brakes and better off-road calibration of the Terrain Response and DSC programming.
Also available on the facelifted Range Rover is a supercharged version of the new 5.0L V8, rated at 510hp and 461lb-ft of torque. Stepping up to the more powerful engine bumps the price to $95,125, and opens the door for the Autobiography Package, which will cost an additional $14,500 and is available only on the supercharged model.
The Autobiography Package includes a complete leather interior treatment including seats, dash, console, doors and headliner. A rear seat entertainment system, four-zone climate control, 14-piece extended wood trim, unique 20in wheels HD digital radio and more are also part of the package.
The standard model, dubbed the HSE, also gets a unique Luxury Interior Package, priced at $4,950. The primary features of this option set are 14-way adjustable heated and cooled front seats, center console wood trim, adaptive front lighting system, premium Windsor leather on seats, door pulls and center console lid and 20in unique V-spoke wheels.
A wide range of other options are also available a la carte, including the rear-seat entertainment system ($2,500), adaptive cruise control ($2,000), 10-spoke 20in polished wheels ($1,500) and various traction, off-road and wood and leather packages.