You may want to thank “Gerry McGovern” the designer, as he stayed true to the original Range Rover spirit by keeping of all of the styling cues, like the floating roof, and the raised hood corners, while smoothing everything out while keeping the traditional flow of the older model. Land Rover made the newer model 39% lighter by using an enhanced engineered aluminum body shell, which shaved 700 pounds of the weight. Making the 2014 Range Rover a very capable car to take sand bashing in the deserts of the UAE, You will also be delighted to hear that the gear spacing has been shortened by way of the ZF 8speed automatic, which helps any desert bashing enthusiast climb the dunes easier, and with more control.
Underneath the car, Land Rover added a new fully independent air suspension unit, which helps lift the 2013 Range Rover in difficult off-road conditions. The front and rear wheel travel and cross-linked air springs are encouraged to simulate a smart articulation of the springs to help the car pass obstacles, which was only possible with solid axels. The 2014 Range Rover was cleared 0.67 inches of the ground a total of 12 inches when the car is pushed to its highest point, via the air suspension controls.
The 2014 Range Rover comes with a standard huge brake disk that is 14.37 in the back, and 14.96 in the front. Both of which will have six-piston Brembo brakes, the engine is a 5.0 Liter V8 that produces 375 hp and 375 lb-ft of torque.
The interior foresaw an updated infotainment system, a new gear lever, and an increased 4.7 inches in rear legroom. These were the highlights of the new 2014 Range Rover, if you are going to buy one, expect 22 exterior color choices, 17 astonishing interior color options, contrasting roof color option, and 8 alloy wheel designs through 19-22 inches of diameter.