Land Rover North America has released the Trail Less Traveled app – the brand's first ever app meant to showcase the fourth generation Range Rover vehicle. The app, which is now available on iTunes.com, permits users to take a trip with the Range Rover vehicle, explore its impressive on-road and off-road capabilities and experience the many interior and exterior improvements that make this model the most capable and refined Range Rover ever.
Kim McCullough, Brand Vice President of Land Rover North America, said that for more than 65 years, Land Rover was a pioneer in the auto industry. He said that the Trail Less Traveled app is intended to demonstrate this ‘spirit’ that is innate to the brand.
In addition, the app is a tool that owners and enthusiasts like as they’re “tech-savvy and intensively active social-media users." The Range Rover vehicle stands out from its rivals because of its on-road and off-road capabilities, as well as a series of interior and exterior modifications.
Those who use the Trail Less Traveled app will be able to explore the interior and exterior of the fourth generation Range Rover via an eight-stage interactive journey from any of four camera angles at the same time.
With this technology, the driver is taken through some amazing scenery as well as be able to switch from wide camera angles to tight close ups instantly. All of these give app users an authentic Range Rover driving experience.
A driver can use an interactive map to choose the route, move on to various stages, pause the journey, as well as view pictures and videos of the newest engineering advancements in the vehicle. The driver can also select their own soundtrack, perspective, and ending.
The 2013 Range Rover, measuring a little less than 5 meters in length, brings a bit of the old and a bit of the new. One look and you will know it’s a Range Rover, but fairly subtle upgrades in shape and design bring a noticeable evolution in the Range Rover’s over-all appearance.
Because of its roofline that is lower at 20mm in access mode, the Range Rover registers a starting drag coefficient of 0.34, making it the most aerodynamic in the history of the Range Rover. Range Rover also has alloy wheels 22 inches in diameter that aid further in its aerodynamism. But there are even more treasures that can be found once you get inside the Range Rover.
It maintains its luxurious interior typical of previous Range Rovers, but it offers 118mm more legroom, plus surfaces that are covered in only the finest veneers and leathers, thus giving the new Range Rover a more modern and refreshing feel on the inside.
Though the cabin maintained general architectural structure, the new Range Rover prides itself in providing a more comfortable ride because of the extra legroom and space. Automotive enthusiasts are also given the freedom to customize their Rover in terms of colours, finish, and other details, making their Range Rover truly their own car.