Range Rover (2013-2017) interior

The old Range Rover was heralded as a masterpiece of interior design at launch, and the new model builds on those strengths.

The new interior is described as sumptuous, the improved sound insulation branded exceptional. That’s partly as a result of the new, sleeker body shape, which features a more steeply-raked windscreen to cut down on the old model’s wind noise.

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The new interior is described as sumptuous, the improved sound insulation branded exceptional. That’s partly as a result of the new, sleeker body shape, which features a more steeply-raked windscreen to cut down on the old model’s wind noise.

Choose the SVAutobiography model and things are even more impressive. Much of its interior is honed from machined aluminium and the rear seats get electric fold-out tables with USB charging points and chrome coat hooks.

The exclusive centre console that runs between the two rear seats is standard on the SVAutobiography. It holds branded Autobiography champagne flutes, a champagne cooler and the controls for the air-conditioning. Further rear-seat entertainment is provided by two eight inch (10.2-inch on LWB models) touchscreens mounted on the back of the front headrests.

The rear seats themselves are electrically adjustable in any way imaginable, have a massage function and – if you go for the LWB model – one of them reclines to an almost lying position if you move the front passenger seat all the way to the front. Luggage space is unchanged, but the sliding boot floor is now made from the same veneer and aluminium that’s in the front of the cabin.

The real show stoppers, though, are found in the boot. Called ‘event seats’, they look like a cross between a torture device and a saddle, but provide outdoor seating for the kind of well-to-do gatherings Range Rover drivers attend in their droves. They’re not standard even on the range-topping SVAutobiography and are a £5,900 optional extra.

The Range Rover is more comfortable than most people's homes

Mat Watson
Mat Watson
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Infotainment

New for 2017 is the 10-inch InControl Touch Pro Navigation system. It’s high-def screen looks great and the new operating system allows you to heat the car remotely, provides door-to-door navigation that transfers over to your phone when you leave the car, and the ability to locate vacant parking spaces. It’s not quite as slick to use as a BMW or Audi system, and also seems more susceptible to bugs – with it switching off for no apparent reason during our time with the car.

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