In 2012 Land Rover South Africa launched the all-new Range Rover. Eight years later we see a the new model in these spy pictures, taken in the north of Europe as the car went out doing some ice-cold winter testing. It is only expected to land here in Mzansi in 2021. Mind you this is the big body Range Rover, so the stakes are pretty high. It is the benchmark in its segment as far as luxury is concerned.

What we see in these pics is an evolution of the current model, although some aerodynamic improvements are clear. The LED headlights form a new shape, while the front grille looks like it may take on a new interpretation altogether. What pops out from the side view is the rather flat approach angle, the car’s overall length and the long rear overhang. This could very well be a long-wheel-base model.

Land Rover will move to electrify its flagship car in the same way that it has already done with other models. As such, expect an engine range that includes petrols and plug-in hybrids. With diesel being phased out in certain European and Asian cities, it’s hard to say if this car will carry any diesel models at all at this stage.

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