Because size does indeed matter to some, the 2010 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport have kept with tradition with a luxurious cabin and a few add-ons and updates. There is just something to be said about off-roading in a luxurious cabin.
To add fuel to the fire, the 2010 Range Rovers offer technology you can’t find anywhere else. In line with the rest of the 2010 class of new Land Rovers, the Range Rover’s base model is the 5.0-liter V8, designed by Jaguar Land Rover. This is the first engine designed with both luxury brands in mind.
The engine uses torque-actuated variable camshaft timing on all four cams, variable-length inlet manifold and cam profile switching. Supercharged, the engine hits 0-60 in 5.9, 7.2 for the regular. Both regular and supercharged use a revised ZF six-speed automatic transmission for improved fuel efficiency and driver input.
Revisions for the 2010 Range Rovers include:
• Integrated Adaptive Dynamics for suspension
• New, larger brakes
• Roll Stability Control
• Terrain Response upgrades including sand launch control
• Gradient Release Control
• Trailer Stability Assist
• Adaptive Cruise Control
• Blind-Spot Monitoring
• Surround Camera System with multiple cameras
• Towing Assist
• Advanced Emergency Brake Assist
The luxury brand appears to be off to a great start for 2010, we can’t wait to offer a 2010 Range Rover rental to our clients, it will make a stunning edition to our arsenal of exotic rental cars South Beach style.
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