The intuitive Terrain Response(TM) system is fitted as standard on all Range Rovers at 2007 model year, allowing the driver to select one of five distinct vehicle settings to suit the terrain. Key software and hardware settings for the vehicle's powertrain, transmission, braking, stability- control and suspension systems are optimized to tackle these specific conditions.
An optional rear 'e' (electronic) differential is now available (standard on Supercharged models) and works with the vehicle's standard center 'e' differential.
Interior enhancements apply across the Range Rover line-up for 2007 model year. The cabin gains better stowage space (including electronically-released twin glove-boxes), an updated airbag layout, a cleaner center console design, an electronic park brake, and a new fascia, as well as substantially improved air conditioning and ventilation.
The new front seats are now available with optional cooled-air ventilation, in addition to the standard heating feature.
"To maintain the Range Rover's outstanding reputation, we continuously look at how we can update and upgrade the vehicle," says Richard Beattie, Land Rover North America's Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing. "We have further refined Range Rover substantial equipment levels to meet the requirements of both new and existing Range Rover customers."
Land Rover North America is part of Aston Martin Jaguar Land Rover with headquarters in Irvine, California. Land Rover established operations in the U.S. in 1986, and now imports and distributes Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and LR3 vehicles manufactured by Land Rover in Solihull, England. Land Rover's worldwide operations are wholly owned by Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan. For information about the Land Rover retailer nearest you, call 1-800-FIND-4WD or log on to http://www.landroverusa.com/ .
Source: Land Rover North America