Land Rover will update its Range Rover next year and it will feature a new cabin infotainment borrowed from the upcoming Range Rover Velar.
As shown by a development car spotted undisguised, the Range Rover will feature a larger, dual-touchscreen area in its centre console that’s clearly inspired by the Velar’s system. The Velar has two configurable 10.0in touchscreens for its Touch Pro Duo infotainment system, so there’s barely any switchgear. The second screen is below the main infotainment screen, ahead of the gear selector, and handles functions including the air-conditioning and Terrain Response.
It’s not yet clear if the screen dimensions will remain the same though, given the Range Rover’s higher price point, it could get feature larger screens. As in the Velar, the touchscreens even control the Range Rover's climate control, removing the need for physical buttons. It will also feature the latest semi-autonomous driving technology.
The spotted test car’s exterior is fully camouflaged, pointing to further design tweaks. The current Range Rover was only updated late last year when it gained a new supercharged V6 engine. So, expect the same engines to feature.