Land Rover introduced today the 2014 Long Wheelbase Range Rover, the latest addition in the long wheelbase market. For those who don’t know, this is the first Range Rover long wheelbase in 20 years, since the Range Rover LSE which ran from 1992 to 1994.
Set to make its public debut at the Los Angeles and Guangzhou motor shows, the 2014 Long Wheelbase Range Rover offers increased rear legroom (+140 mm), while the rear seats were reclined by 17 degrees, which means eight degrees more than the nine degrees on the standard wheelbase.
Available with either bench or individual Executive Class rear seats, the long wheelbase comes equipped with powered side door blinds and a panoramic sunroof as standard, as well as increased stowage.
Long wheelbase models will be easily recognizable by the ‘L’ badge mounted into the exterior accents behind the front wheel arch. For those interested, the long wheelbase will be offered Autobiography and Autobiography Black models. A hybrid model will be available later in 2014.
First deliveries of the long wheelbase Range Rover will begin in March 2014. Land Rover expects to see some impressive sales of the Long wheelbase Range Rover in its key markets, which are China and the United States.