British ultra luxury automobile manufacturer, Land Rover, has announced that the company will be introducing next generation Range Rover with long wheelbase. The vehicle will be named Range Rover County LWB. Along with the County LWB version the firm will also be launching a top trim, the Range Rover Autobiography Black.
The 2014 Range Rover County LWB is a mix-up SUV's sportiness and sedan's comfy. The car will be 8 inches longer than the standard variant, which will result 5.5 inches increment in the rear seat legroom. And this will help the passenger to recline an additional 17 degrees, which is exactly eight degrees more than the standard wheelbase model.
The Range Rover Autobiography Black is available for both standard and the LWB models. It's crafted out by Jaguar Land Rover's "Engineered To Order" (ETO) division. This version comes with unique seat cover designs along with the Executive Class seating package, which are fully adjustable with electrically powered folding tables.
The electrically deployable tables are finished with black leather. The inside cab will featureintegrated USB charging sockets, along with more traditional functions like cupholders, and a chiller compartment with space for glasses and bottles. At the same time the rear seats will also offer lumbar massage. While, the entire interior will be coupled in LED mood lighting.
The 2014 Range Rover County LWB will be officially introduced at the 2013 Los Angeles auto show. It will go on sale in August 2014.
The first long wheelbase machine from Land Rover in 20 years.
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