Though Jaguar Land Rover's new ownership is struggling to attain profitability in the worst car market in decades, the company and its brands continue to improve, nabbing JD Power recognition for their efforts and releasing new and facelifted models, including the 2010 Range Rover. Today, the company released U.S. pricing on the redesigned SUV, which starts at $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.