New Range Rover design kept clean and plush

2022 Range Rover exterior HERO

The exterior design of the new Range Rover is characterised by unbroken and sharp lines, while the interior features high quality materials

The new Range Rover has been unveiled. Now in its fifth generation, the model builds on many of its existing design principles but also comes with numerous fresh ideas.

When creating the shape, the exterior design team focused on creating uninterrupted lines. Both the waistline and the roof line are clean and sharp, keeping the top half of the car in check. The shoulder line, which extends out from the headlamps at the front of the car and finishes behind the rear wheels, is also unbroken but doesn’t rely on protruding wheel arches like many other SUVs. Instead, the body work is kept clean too, and doesn’t bulge at the arches or feature any angular shapes.

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