May 29, 2006
Land Rover announces changes to 2007 Range Rover
Irvine, California – Land Rover has announced enhancements to its 2007 Range Rover, including cabin enhancements, and chassis and off-road upgrades. All models will now receive the Terrain Response system as standard equipment; the driver can select one of five distinct vehicle settings to suit the terrain, which optimizes the vehicle’s powertrain, transmission, braking, stability control and suspension systems.
An optional electronic differential is now available, which works with the vehicle’s standard centre differential. Interior enhancements include better stowage space, electronically-released twin gloveboxes, updated airbag layout, new centre console design, electronic parking brake and improved air conditioning, including optional cooled-air ventilated seats.