The updated Range Rover and Range Rover Sport facelifts are on sale at a starting price of Rs 1.74 crore and Rs 99.48 lakh respectively (all prices, ex-showroom, India). The styling tweaks to both cars bring them more in line with the Velar. You can still get the Range Rover in standard and long-wheelbase forms as well. You now get the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system borrowed from the Range Rover Velar and it comes with a twin 10.10-inch setup.
You also get a leather steering wheel, ambient lighting, three-zone climate control (four-zone for Range Rover), 360-degree surround camera (optional), aluminium tread plates with the Range Rover script on the higher trims, air cabin ionisation, adaptive cruise control with queue assist, a fixed panoramic roof, and cooled seats at the front and back.
Both SUVs get four engines, either V6 or V8, petrol and diesel motors. The two petrol powertrains are the 340hp, V6 mill and the 525hp, V8 motor, and the diesel engines are a 258hp unit and a 340hp engine.