Land Rover South Africa has announced the local pricing for the new Range Rover line-up.
At launch, 19 models will be available in either standard-wheelbase (SWB) or long-wheelbase (LWB) body styles, spanning the HSE, Autobiography, and SV specification grades.
A First Edition trim will also be on sale throughout the first year of production and will be the only model offered with Sunset Gold Satin exterior paint.
The South African pricing for the new Range Rover is as follows:
- Range Rover D350 HSE SWB – R2,861,000
- Range Rover P530 HSE SWB – R3,026,000
- Range Rover D350 Autobiography SWB – R3,310,000
- Range Rover P530 Autobiography SWB – R3,475,000
- Range Rover P510e Autobiography SWB – R3,527,000
- Range Rover D350 First Edition SWB – R3,434,000
- Range Rover P530 First Edition SWB – R3,581,000
- Range Rover P510e First Edition SWB – R3,582,000
- Range Rover D350 Autobiography LWB – R3,392,000
- Range Rover P530 Autobiography LWB – R3,557,000
- Range Rover D350 First Edition LWB – R3,516,000
- Range Rover P530 First Edition LWB – R3,663,000
- Range Rover D350 Autobiography LWB 7-Seats – R3,422,000
- Range Rover P530 Autobiography LWB 7-seats – R3,587,000
- Range Rover D350 SV SWB – R3,857,000
- Range Rover P530 SV SWB – R3,920,000
- Range Rover P510e SV SWB – R3,962,000
- Range Rover D350 SV LWB – R4,279,000
- Range Rover P530 SV LWB – R4,343,000
All prices include VAT, but excludes CO2 tax.
The Range Rover will launch in South Africa towards the middle of 2022, each model being sold with a 5-year/100,000km warranty and maintenance plan.
Powertrain options for the new Range Rover in South Africa comprise the D350, P530, and P510e range-extender hybrid options.
The D350-badged vehicles are fitted with a 3.0-litre, straight-six, turbo-diesel motor producing 257kW and 700Nm, sending the heavy SUV to 100km/h in 6.1 seconds.
The P530 models see a 4.4-litre, V8, turbo-petrol motor with parallel turbocharging, putting out 390kW and 750Nm, which allows the SUV to reach 100km/h in 4.6 seconds when Dynamic Launch mode is engaged.
The P510e specifications are fitted with a 375kW, 3.0-litre, six-cylinder, turbo-petrol engine paired with a 105kW electric motor powered by a 38.2kWh battery.
This setup gives the Range Rover 113km of “near-silent pure-electric driving”, as well as a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 5.6 seconds.
All powertrains are driven by an eight-speed automatic gearbox and twin-speed transmission, which provide a set of low-range ratios essential for towing or off-road driving when more control is required, said Range Rover.