If you've been thinking of dropping in at Jaguar/Land Rover Honolulu in Honolulu, Hawaii to test drive the Land Rover Range Rover you're in for a surprise when it comes to luxury driving at lower prices. Better yet, just wait until the 2013 Range Rover hits dealer lots - and the car has been spied testing in Germany.
Next-gen Range Rover will reportedly be larger then the previous year's model, but will also weigh less. Spy shots are being downloaded across the web of the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover testing on the Nürburgring.
According to World Car Fans: "The flagship Land Rover model isn't giving away much this early in the game with all that camo, but it was still flying freely conducting high-speed testing. What we do know, and can also see evidence of in the photos, is that the next-generation Range Rover will be larger than the current model but weigh about 400 kg (881 lbs) less due to an aluminum chassis developed with Jaguar."1
As far as we know, engine options will most likely carry over from the current Range Rover, and there have been rumors of a hybrid or plug-in hybrid variant from Land Rover, featuring technology being tested in the new Range_e concept.