To make us wait, Land Rover has just published a photo of a new Range in profile, deliberately "blurred".

The one that will replace the current generation launched in 2012 should have smaller headlights and lights, as well as retractable door handles, like the Evoque or the Velar.

Unsurprisingly, the British brand will equip the Range Rover with mechanics giving pride of place to hybridization, the 100% electric version being scheduled for 2024. All the details of the new generation of this 4x4 launched in 1970 will be revealed on October 26th.


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