New 2023 Range Rover Teased Before October 26 Debut

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Photo credit: Land Rover
Photo credit: Land Rover
  • A new generation of Land Rover's Range Rover luxury SUV will arrive on October 26.

  • We expect the 2023 Range Rover to be more luxurious and more modern than before.

  • Look for Land Rover's inline-six engine to be standard, with V-8 and hybrid powertrains optional.

The iconic Range Rover will enter a new era soon, as the latest generation will make its debut October 26. Land Rover has released a few teaser photos of the new 2023 Range Rover in anticipation, including a blurry profile shot and a close-up of the front badge. As expected, the luxury SUV will maintain its boxy shape but looks to have more modern detailing, with a look similar to that of the Range Rover Velar.

Photo credit: Land Rover
Photo credit: Land Rover

Full details will be coming soon, but we expect the Range Rover to offer Land Rover's 3.0-liter inline-six combined with a 48-volt hybrid system as the standard engine. A supercharged 5.0-liter V-8 will likely be optional, as it is on the Defender, and a plug-in-hybrid model may join the lineup later on as well. Inside, we'll likely see a comprehensive infotainment update, along with all manner of fancy materials available including leather, wood, and aluminum.

The current model offers short- and long-wheelbase variants, plus ultra-luxury Autobiography models, and we think that will continue into the new generation. That means that the price range will likely be wide, starting just under $100,000 and ranging up to around $200,000 for the top versions. A redesign of the smaller Range Rover Sport will likely follow by a few months.

Look for more details to come on the 2023 Land Rover Range Rover lineup next week as we find out more about this new flagship luxury SUV.

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