Pure: $41,995 Pure Plus: $44,995 Pure Premium: $49,595 Prestige: $56,295 Dynamic: $57,195
Range Rover Evoque Five-Door
Pure Plus: $45,040 Pure Premium: $50,595 Dynamic: $58,195 The Range Rover Evoque, the best-selling Range Rover model worldwide, enters its 2014 with advanced new driveline technologies, new driver assistance features and detail design enhancements throughout. For 2014, the 2-liter 240hp Turbocharged Direct Injected engine teams with a new ZF-9HP 9-speed automatic transmission, among the first fitted to a passenger car. With a wider spread of ratios than the 6-speed automatic it replaces, the new 9-speed enhances both performance and efficiency. A new Active Driveline system with active differentials and torque vectoring also debuts on the 2014 Range Rover Evoque as standard in all models3. The new 4WD system reduces driveline drag by decoupling 4WD during steady-state driving at speeds above 22 mph, automatically activating 4WD drive within 300 milliseconds whenever it is needed. Active Torque Biasing uses an electronically controlled differential to distribute torque between the rear wheels, optimizing traction and stability. In addition, a Torque Vectoring feature further enhances agility and safety by redirecting torque among all four wheels to counteract understeer. New driver-assist features include: Park Exit (to automatically exit parallel parking bays), Adaptive Cruise Control (with Queue Assist, Forward Alert and Intelligent Emergency Braking), and Closing Vehicle Sensing3. The 2014 Range Rover Evoque also features exterior detail changes, new color options for the interior and new alloy wheel styles. New for 2014 Range Rover Evoque ◾New ZF-9HP 9-speed automatic transmission replaces 6-speed automatic; enhances performance and efficiency ◾Standard Active Driveline system with active differentials, active torque basing and torque vectoring3 ◾Driver-assist features including Adaptive Cruise Control (with Queue Assist, Forward Alert and Intelligent Emergency Braking), Park Exit and Closing Vehicle Sensing3 2014 Range Rover Sport (All-New) U.S. Models and MSRP2: Range Rover Sport SE (V6): $63,495 Range Rover Sport HSE (V6): $68,495 Range Rover Sport Supercharged (V8): $79,995 Range Rover Sport Autobiography (V8): $93,295 The all-new second-generation Range Rover Sport is the fastest, most agile and responsive Land Rover vehicle ever. Based on the new Range Rover, the 2014 Range Rover Sport uses all-new aluminum unibody architecture to achieve a weight savings of approximately 800lbs. and features breakthrough suspension design and innovative dynamic chassis technologies. The new model delivers exceptional on-road dynamics with genuine Land Rover all-terrain capability. The Range Rover Sport design captures the distinctive DNA of its predecessor, but with a bold evolution that places it at the heart of the three-model Range Rover portfolio, between the flagship Range Rover and the Range Rover Evoque vehicles. The impeccably luxurious interior offers the option of an occasional use third row for 5+2 seating. A wheelbase that's longer by 7-inches provides greater room and improved access for rear passengers, while the trim 191-in. length is just 2.5-inches longer than the previous model. The Range Rover Sport is 5.9-inches shorter and 2.17-inches lower than the new-generation Range Rover and weighs about 100lbs. less when similarly equipped. Two engines are offered, a new 340hp supercharged V6 or the formidable 510hp supercharged V8 on which the V6 is based. Both Range Rover Sport engines are paired with the advanced electronically controlled ZF® 8HP70 8-speed automatic transmission. A next-generation four-corner air suspension with variable ride height and the Terrain Response® 2 system3 maximize the vehicle's versatility both on- and off-road. Supercharged V8 models are equipped with a dedicated Dynamic mode in the Terrain Response® 2 system, providing a more sporting bias. The standard 4WD system features an all-new single-speed transfer case with a Torsen® differential is designed to provide a rear-wheel drive bias for optimum driving dynamics, while maintaining off-road performance capability. A two-speed transfer case system is available, with a low-range for the most demanding off-road conditions. The Range Rover Sport can tow up to 7,716lbs. A slew of advanced driver-assist technologies include Adaptive Cruise Control with Queue Assist, Lane Blind Spot Monitoring, Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Automatic High Beam Assist, Flank Guard to help alert the driver to potential side impacts Closing Vehicle Sensing and Reverse Traffic Detection3 (limited availability during first year or production). Range Rover Sport: (All New for 2014) ◾All-new high strength aluminum structure provides a weight savings of approximately 800lbs. over the previous generation model ◾Improved agility and exceptional performance with improved fuel economy and reduced emissions ◾Choice of 340hp supercharged V6 or a 510hp supercharged V8 engines; both teamed to
Range Rover Evoque Coupe
◾Choice of transfer cases - single speed Torsen or two-speed locking with low range ◾Available new fully automatic Terrain Response® 2 system3 ◾Advanced electronic driver assistance technologies3 ◾Standard Intelligent Stop/Start technology to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions ◾5+2 third row seating option for occasional use ◾Superbly crafted, luxurious interior 2014 Range Rover U.S. Models and MSRP2: Range Rover (V6) $83,545 Range Rover HSE (V6): $88,545 Range Rover Supercharged (V8): $99,995 Range Rover Autobiography (V8): $135,995 The Range Rover was all new for 2013, debuting an aluminum unibody construction that reduced vehicle weight by 700lbs. for significantly improved strength, performance, agility and fuel efficiency. For its second model year, the Range Rover makes another leap in fuel efficiency with a new 340hp 3-liter supercharged V6 engine replacing the previous 5-liter V8. As with the V8, the supercharged V6 is teamed to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The new powertrain yields comparable performance to the 2013 V8 model but with markedly better fuel economy, including 21-percent improvement in EPA city fuel economy and 15-percent improvement EPA-estimated highway fuel economy (now 23 mpg1). An Intelligent Stop-Start system also helps reduce fuel consumption in certain driving situations.The new-generation Range Rover uses 4-wheel independent suspension with air springs at four wheels, featuring aluminum components and long wheel travel and articulation. Trailer towing capability remains at a substantial 7,716lbs. For safety, Intelligent Emergency Braking system can detect traffic ahead slowing suddenly, or another vehicle cutting in front, and apply braking if needed3. The Dynamic Response active lean control system reduces body lean when cornering3. Paired with Adaptive Dynamics, which provides continuously variable suspension damping, the technology endows the Range Rover with an uncannily smooth ride3. Acoustic-laminated windshield and side door glass help make the Range Rover exceptionally quiet. Coupled with the versatile full-time 4WD system with dual-range transfer case, fully automatic Terrain Response® 2 analyzes road conditions and automatically selects the most effective vehicle settings for the 4WD, stability and traction control and other parameters3. The Range Rover offers a maximum water wading depth of 35.4-inches, a 7.8-inch increase over the previous-generation model3. Legroom in the Range Rover rear seat extends to nearly 40-inches, a 4.7-inch increase over the older model. An Individualized Rear Seating package provides the ultimate in rear seat luxury, rivaling the world's finest luxury sedans. The Range Rover exclusive offers high-end surround-sound audio systems from the renowned British audiophile brand, Meridian™. New for 2014 Range Rover ◾New 3-liter Supercharged V6 with Stop/Start replaces the normally aspirated 5-liter V8 ◾Option package and standalone options revised, with price reduced for Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Queue Assist and Intelligent Emergency Braking3 ◾510hp Supercharged V8 adds Stop/Start ◾New standard features for Autobiography include Stop/Start, Active Rear Locking Differential, and 29-speaker, 1,700-Watt Meridian™ Signature Audio System with 3D Surround Sound
8-speed automatic transmission
Planned for a mid-year introduction, the Range Rover will offer Enhanced Parking Aids to bolster the already-available Parallel Park feature3. Parking Exit will be able to help the driver to automatically exit parallel parking spaces; Perpendicular Park can automatically position the vehicle centrally in parking spaces to maximize exiting room on both sides, 360-degree Park Distance Control will provide virtual object tracking along the sides of the vehicle at speeds of up to 10mph (16km/h) 3. New optional Lane Departure will use a forward-looking camera to monitor the vehicle's position between lane markings3. The Lane Departure Warning system provides haptic feedback through the steering wheel should the driver begin to move out of lane without using a turn signal. The same camera is used for the Traffic Sign Recognition system, which identifies speed limit signs and a variety of other warning and information signs3. 1 All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary. 2 Price shown is MSRP. Includes $895 destination and delivery fee. Excludes taxes, title, license, other local fees and optional equipment. Actual price set by retailer. See your local authorized Land Rover Retailer for details. 3 These systems are not a substitute for driving safely with due care and attention and will not function under all circumstances, speeds, weather and road conditions, etc. Driver should not assume that these systems will correct errors of judgment in driving. Please consult the owner's manual or your local authorized Land Rover Retailer for more details.
Mid-Year Technology Introduction for Range Rover and Range Rover Sport