It has almost always been known that the current gen 2013 Land Rover Range Rover would get a long wheelbase variant at a later stage. The LWB would be targeted at the car markets like that of China, where car buyers just can’t seem to get enough of additional rear legroom.
What you seen here in the images is our speculative rendering of the upcoming Land Rover Range Rover Long Wheelbase (LWB). What you also see on this page are spy shots of the upcoming variant and an image in the bottom that compares the LWB with the Std. variant.
The Range Rover LWB that you see in the spy pics was spotted by Ian Bushell, on a British motorway.
The 2013 Range Rover, in its standard wheelbase variant, is 118mm longer than the last gen car. The upcoming LWB variant will add further 150mm to the car, making it an ideal choice for those used to Business Class travelling.
As can be seen in the rendering and the spy shots, the rear doors of the upcoming car are longer than those on the front, making the Rangie look almost Limo like.
Powering the longer Range Rover would be the standard car’s V8 engines. This would mean that the top of the line trim level of the Range Rover would be powered by the
We won’t be too surprised if the upcoming Land Rover Range Rover LWB makes its public debut at the upcoming Guangzhou motor show in China.
Spy images- Autocar UK