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Driving with Dan: 2015 Range Rover HSE

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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. (KTVI)  - The new Range Rover is the ultimate combination of sybaritic luxury and off-road capability. It comes equipped with sensory technology, smart phone capability and a multi-mode Terrain Response system, a six-mode system that allows the Ranger Rover to tackle any terrain.

  • The Range Rover is the ultimate combination of sybaritic luxury and off-road capability.
  • Range Rover is available in five trim levels: base, HSE, Supercharged, Autobiography and Autobiography Black. The first two get a 3.0-liter 340-hp supercharged V-6, the rest get a 5.0-liter, 510-hp supercharged V-8. We're showing the V-6 HSE.
  • HSE, Supercharged and Autobiography also are available in long-wheelbase versions. We're showing a standard-wheelbase HSE.
  • Range Rover uses technology to blend off-road capability with on-road luxury-car performance.
  • Helping Range Rover provide luxury-car ride and handling are, among other features, a fully independent air suspension and super power.
  • Assisting with off-road performance is Range Rover's multi-mode Terrain Response system, which tailors engine power, throttle response, braking, suspension performance, stability control and other features to the terrain at hand, be it General Driving, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud/Ruts, Sand, Rock Crawl or Auto. That last mode lets the vehicle make the decisions.
  • New for 2015 are Land Rover's InControl Apps system with full smartphone integration; a Driver Assistance package, which includes 360-degree parking sensors and lane departure warning; power-folding rear seatbacks that now include a sensor system that can temporarily move the front seats forward to prevent jamming; and, finally, a long-wheelbase version for HSE, which is newly available.


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