New 2018 Range Rover video leaked online

2018 Range Rover update LEAKED on video

2018 Range Rover update LEAKED on video

It also seems likely that Land Rover will announce the new Range Rover will come with a hybrid powertrain option, and there's little reason to assume it will offer anything much different to the Range Rover Sport.

A revised front grille sees the addition of a gloss black surround and new mesh (varies depending on model), while there's also a refreshed front bumper design with wider vent blades. There are also new 20-way Oxford leather or 24-way Semi-Aniline leather front seats if you want to upgrade even further.

Moving to the cosmetic changes, Land Rover has been subtle with the design tweaks on the updated Range Rover.

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The facelifted Range Rover also features the twin touchscreen infotainment system that debuted in the Velar and was recently announced for the facelifted Range Rover Sport. One 10-inch screen controls infotainment functions, while the lower screen is in charge of climate and seat settings.

The updated MY18 Range Rover will start landing in dealerships towards the end of the year.

Drivers are treated to a new 12-inch "Interactive Driver Display" with several menu options, including dual dial, single dial and extended mode views. Chief among which is the hybrid, badged the P400e, which fuses together a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol producing 221kW and an 85kW electric motor.

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Acceleration from 0-62mph officially takes 6.8 seconds but, perhaps more importantly, the P400e Range Rover has an official economy figure of 101mpg, emits just 64g/km of Carbon dioxide (for a low 13% Benefit-in-Kind tax rate) and can travel in near-silent electric-only mode for up to 31 miles on a single charge.

The freshest face in the updated Range Rover line-up is the new P400e variant, which is a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) replacing the previous model's diesel-electric hybrid offering.

"Parallel Hybrid" features two charge management functions, with "Save" preventing battery charge from dropping below a pre-selected level, while "Predictive Energy Optimisation" uses built-in Global Positioning System altitude data to maximise fuel economy when a satellite navigation route is selected.

Sitting atop the range is the luxurious, yet performance-focused SVAutobiography long-wheelbase variant.

Combined output for the PHEV is 297kW, with acceleration across the 0-100km/h sprint taking a claimed 6.8 seconds.

The most powerful 5.0-litre V8 resides under the SVAutobiography Dynamic's bonnet, with power and torque up by 12kW and 20Nm respectively. There are also accent packages available to change the color of various exterior trim.

Other than the P400e and SVAutobiography, engine choices for the Range Rover are largely unchanged from the outgoing model.

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