There are several Land Rover Range Rover models in three trims. These basic trim levels are SE, Autobiography, and SV. The SE trim is available in various configurations, with P400 six-cylinder mild-hybrid and P530 V8 powertrains in either a five-seater SWB or seven-seater LWB, or a P440e plug-in hybrid five-seater SWB. The Autobiography is offered in either SWB or LWB five-seaters or a LWB seven-seater, while the SV is a five-seater SWB or LWB only.
In terms of power and performance specifications, outputs vary from 395 to 523 hp. Being a luxury off-roader, the basic specs of all the Land Rover Range Rover trims will not disappoint, with even the cheapest SE trim coming with leather upholstery, heated front and rear seats, a gesture-controlled power liftgate, push-button start, soft-close doors, three-zone climate control, and a digital gauge cluster all standard features.
Being a Range Rover that starts at well over $100k, even the base SE has a long list of standard features. It comes with a sliding panoramic sunroof, gesture-controlled power liftgate, soft-close doors, keyless entry and push-button start, powered and heated front and rear seats, three-zone climate control, leather upholstery, rear privacy glass, an electrically tilting/telescoping steering column, a 13.7-inch digital gauge cluster, and an entire suite of driver-assistance features that includes adaptive cruise control, a surround-view camera system, lane-keep assist, and traffic-sign recognition. Higher trims add features such as a camera-based digital rearview mirror, four-zone climate control, ventilation for the front and rear seats, massaging front seats, a heated steering wheel, upgraded audio systems, a rear-seat entertainment system, a refrigerator, and power-closing doors. The SV is also highly customizable.
The base SE has access to some of the other trims' features by way of packages. The $2,000 Technology Pack adds a camera-based digital rearview mirror, a head-up display, and a domestic plug socket. The $2,200 Hot Climate Pack (SWB only) adds four-zone climate control with an air purifier, a front center-console refrigerator, and electric rear sunshades. The $2,000 Premium Upgrade Interior Pack comes with SV Bespoke carpets and extended leather, illuminated tread plates, and laminated front and rear side glass. Various other emergency, cargo, cosmetic, and protective packages and standalone extras are available as well.
The Autobiography already has most of the SE's extra features fitted, so these two packages don't apply to it. The SV buyer can choose from a multitude of interior and exterior color options by way of two exterior themes, an option that's not available to any of the other trims.
SWB Range Rovers get access to fixed ($1,600) or deployable ($4,200) side steps, while the LWB models can only option deployable side steps for $4,600. The only other package of note available to all trims is the $5,000 Equestrian Pack, which contains items such as rubber matting, mud flaps, a portable rinse system, a cooler, a tailgate picnic basket, and other USEF-branded gear. A tow-hitch receiver costs $750 and automatic trailer-reverse steering is available via the optional $450 Advanced Tow Assist feature. Land Rover is said to bundle the most important off-road features in an optional package this year and no longer include them as standard, but it has not yet said what this package will contain or what it will cost.