Last week, the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Sport was introduced, but now, we have a chance to see the new 2018 Range Rover Vogue for the first time. Both models have been slightly upgraded as a part of their mid-cycle refresh so that they can remain competitive in the market.
Thanks to the video that ended up on YouTube, we can clearly see all of the modifications to the vehicle exterior and interior changes. The enhancements to the new Range Rover don’t differ much from the ones on the Range Rover Sport, which was basically expected because the two models are closely related.
You have to be either the Range Rover aficionado or expert on cars in general to spot the differences between the two models. One of the vehicles which served as an inspiration was the 2018 Range Rover Velar, which is why you can see a new grille pattern on the Vogue as well as new LED headlights and DRLs.
The Velar also borrowed some details to the Range Rover Vogue for its cabin. The new car is equipped with a pair of 10-inch touchscreens, whereas the carmaker upgraded the steering wheel-mounted controls. We expect to see a gesture-controlled feature for the sunblind as well as a trailer assist function.
The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Vogue is probably going to receive minor mechanical modifications, while the plug-in hybrid, which is supposed to arrive one year later, is going to have a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 engine and an electric motor for the combined output of 398 hp. If you plan to use the battery power only, expect to cover the range of approximately 30 miles.
The 2018 Range Rover is officially going to debut early next year, so follow us for more details.