For the 2015MY, the Land Rover Freelander 2 is available in a premium HSE Luxury specification, badged as the Metropolis in the UK and Russia. For those who don’t know, this is the first time when the Freelander 2 is available in a HSE Luxury specification. As expected, the new vehicle receives exterior and interior enhancements.
The exterior features body-coloured sills, door handles and mirror caps and bright Atlas-coloured finish to the grille and vents, but also a metal ingot-style HSE Luxury badge on the rear and 19" Sparkle Silver wheels. Inside, there are several upgrades such as8/6-way adjustable Windsor leather electric seats and Grand Black lacquer finish to the door pulls, steering wheel and interior finisher.
If you don’t like the HSE Luxury specification, Land Rover also offers an XS specification that adds new Dark Atlas grille bars and side vents, as well as a 17" Anthracite alloy wheel, for the exterior. The interior, available in Ebony/Lunar and Almond/Nutmeg colourways, features Partial Leather with Dinamica seat with electric, 6/4-way adjustment, front and rear armrests and power lumbar support for the driver.
For the XS model, Land Rover offers a new upgrade pack, which brings a 380W Meridian audio system with 11 speakers, Bluetooth phone connection, navigation system, rain sensing windscreen wipers, automatic headlamps, automatic climate control and illuminated vanity mirrors. The new Dynamic Exterior Pack also adds further sporting design for 2015MY Freelander 2.
This pack is available as an option on the HSE Luxury and XS derivatives and includes a roof spoiler, bright exhaust tailpipe finishers, and gloss black finish to the grille, side vents, and bonnet & tailgate scripts. The introduction of new 19" gloss black 10-spoke alloy wheels continues the gloss black theme.
Inside, we find a two-tone Dynamic leather seat option, with electric 6/4-way adjustment, which can be specified with a silver or black matrix finisher. Other upgrades include a visual design change to the front headlamps, with the front lower reflex of the units changing from clear to black and Rear Park Aid now being offered as standard.