Though similar to the previous LR3 SUV in overall size and shape, fresh new styling cues give the LR4 more of the Land Rover family look. Front-end styling has been significantly revised with a new front grille and new headlights. A revised suspension has been added for improved off-road performance. Inside, the LR4 features a revised center console, new steering wheel and longer seat-bottom cushions. Seating configurations for five or seven are available, while a new, more powerful V-8 delivers 375-horsepower and comes with a six-speed automatic transmission. The four-wheel-drive LR4 is equipped with Land Rover’s Terrain Response system, which tailors its performance to accommodate driving/surface conditions. Standard safety features include side-impact and side curtain airbags and electronic stability control.
Land Rover LR4
New cars and major redesigns for 2010