Land Rover launches two new variants with petrol options

The Tatas-owned Jaguar Land Rover India today launched variants of its popular SUVs the Range Rover Sport and the Range Rover with additional features at a starting price of Rs 9.95 million to Rs 17.43 million respectively.

The new SUVs come at the price of the existing models.

The Range Rover Sport comes with a starting price of Rs 9.95 million and goes up to Rs 14.3 million for diesel, and Rs 11.003 million to Rs 19.675 million for the petrol variants.

The Range Rover price begins at Rs 17.429 million and goes up to Rs 37.661 million for the diesel variants and the petrol models begin at Rs 18.716 million and scale to Rs 38.816 million, the company said.

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The 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models come with electronic air suspension, terrain response, twin-speed transfer box with electronic centre differential and adaptive dynamics offering additional capabilities with composure.

The Range Rover offers 250 kW and 386 kW petrol powertrain options and 190 kW and 250 kW diesel powertrain options, in standard wheelbase of 2.92 m or long wheelbase of 3.12 m the Range Rover Sport comes in 250 kW, and 386 kW petrol powertrain options and 190 kW and 250 kW diesel powertrain options, Rohit Suri, president and managing director of JLR India launching the cars here.

The new Range Rover Sport has a new grille, redesigned clamshell bonnet and fender vents and choice of Matrix LED, Pixel LED and Pixel-laser LED headlights, he added.

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