The long-wheelbase variant of the popular British SUV comes with legroom to spare.
For those that insist bigger is better, the new extended-wheelbase Range Rover recently spotted by our intrepid spy photographer could be their dream car. Wearing less camo than when we last spied the upcoming Range Rover LWB on the Nurburgring, it's become patently clear the rear doors are significantly longer than the standard Range a result of the wheel base being extended by 150 mm. Simply put, this car is enormous.
And customers in markets like Russia and China, where extended versions of luxury models serve as status symbols over standard-wheelbase models, will be falling over themselves to get the LWB Range Rover. Land Rover's biggest market, the US, will also lap up the extra-large Range Rover, especially in supersize-me states where having extra legroom is a necessity.