Range Rover

From RM 2,488,000 - 2,488,000
RM 27,824 | 9 years
RM 33,747 | 7 years
RM 44,410 |  5 years

Highlights

  • Engaging driving dynamic (Terrain Response 2)
  • Luxurious interior build
  • Commanding exterior appeal

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2023 Land Rover Range Rover HSE
RM 2,488,000
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2023 Land Rover Range Rover HSE
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Overview

Summary

A pioneer of the luxury SUV segment, the Range Rover has been around for more than 50 years and has been continuously refined throughout.

Now, Land Rover’s fifth-generation flagship model, alias L460, is the new Range Rover, replacing the fourth-gen L405 that’s been around since 2012.

Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia (JLRM) is offering the new Range Rover L460 in the Standard Wheelbase (SWB) with HSE (High Specification Equipment) trimline.

It comes with a myriad of personalisation options, ranging from technologies and equipment, interior trim materials and finishes, and exterior colour schemes.

Fully-imported (CBU), the price starts from MYR 1,268,000 (duty-free), and goes up to MYR 2,488,000 (duty-paid), excluding on-road costs and options.

Each purchase comes with the Land Rover Care programme, consisting of a five-year warranty, five-year free service and three-year roadside assistance. 

Exterior

Body Dimensions

Weighing in at 2,585 KG, the new Range Rover L460 stands at 5,052 MM long, 2,047 MM wide, 1,870 MM tall, and with a wheelbase spanning 2,997 MM.


Front View

Refined with modern details instead of a complete overhaul, its familiar outlook now exudes a more luxuriously minimal and seamlessly solid silhouette, compared to its predecessor.

An imposing face, the front end’s elegantly blocky appearance sees a one-piece designed bumper. The top half is commanded by a rectangular grille with a thick surround and new mesh insert, and the lower half with a uniquely styled, wide-width rectangular intake, stretching from side to side.

Rear View

Clean and smoothly boxy, the rear end’s boat tail-esque design projects a very large demeanour. It features a subtle yet sporty roof-edge spoiler paired to the ‘Range Rover’ script, bordered by a black trim in the middle of the tailgate.

Aside from the trademark dual shark fin roof antennas, fitted are more body-coloured, sleek and expensive-looking surfaces just like the rest of the body, which donates even more largeness to its stature and presence. Also, present is a black diffuser with silver trimming, matching the front end.

Headlamps

Adhering to the scheme, they are shaped elegantly boxy and are linked by the grille in a one-piece design. 

They are digital LED units with Predictive Adaptive Front Lighting, and an updated LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) signature graphic. 


Tail Lamps

New and unique, installed is a ‘Hidden-Until-Lit’ tail lamp concept. Seamless, slit-like, and vertically positioned at the sides of the tailgate, they are made of full LED units.


Side Mirror

The side mirrors are electronically adjusted and power folded with animated directional indicators, blind spot indicators, approach lights, and heating and auto-dimming functions.

Wheels

It rides on a set of 22-Inch (23-Inch optional) Style 7023, diamond turned with gloss black contrasting finish, multi-spoke alloy rims.


Interior

Dashboard

The new Range Rover L460 has a sophisticatedly modern and highly premium designed dashboard, underpinned by a minimalistic nature.

Decked in black semi-aniline leather, there are natural wood veneers present along with subtle silver trimmings, accentuating the entire layout.

Overall, every accessibility on the dash is ergonomically positioned for the driver, and the arrangements are clean and airy.

Instrument Cluster

Installed is a 13.7-Inch Interactive Driver Display, with high-definition graphics and a configurable layout. 

It supports full-screen 3D navigation, driving information and audio, and comes with an optional fully digital and coloured Heads-Up Display (HUD).

Seats

The Standard Wheelbase (SWB) features a five-seater configuration with black semi-aniline leather seats as standard. 

It also comes with an optional leather-free upholstery, combining ‘Ultrafabrics’ and ‘Kvadrat’ Premium textile in multiple hue choices.

Comfortably premium, all seats are power adjustable, and comes with heating/cooling functions, up to 12 degrees of powered recline (rear), and armrests (front, rear).

Space

Built to be a pavement hugger, the very large and stocky silhouette offers plenty of head, shoulder and legroom, thus front and rear occupants get ample space.

It also underpins Land Rover's new flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA-Flex), making it 75 MM longer and 63 MM wider than its predecessor.

Storage Space

The centre console, minimised of buttons and dials, makes room for the extra spacious armrest that has a large cavern storage compartment underneath. 

Elsewhere, it has other storage areas like large sized door pockets, back seat pockets, and a decent-sized glove box with upper stowage.

Steering Functions

Featuring an Electric Power Assisted Steering (EPAS) system, the two-horizontal-spoke all-black, leather steering wheel comes with multi-switches and an electrically adjustable steering column (tilt, telescopic).


Cup Holders

There are multiple cup holders, a couple in the front and in the rear seating, and there are also four bottle holders, located at each side door pocket.

Charging Ports

It gets wireless, USB and 12-V charging outlets, with the former featuring a phone signal booster, and the latter two strategically placed around the cabin.

Boot Space

Its signature split-tailgate that features a powered-gesture function, auto-folding loadspace cover and versatile loadspace floor, opens up to 818-Litres of boot space.

Plus, for more loading needs, it also supports a roof load capacity of 100 KG, and towing capacity of 3,500 KG.

Then, available as an option is the ‘Tailgate Event Suite’ specification, which sees mounted leather cushions, tailgate speakers and lighting installed in the boot.

Features

Active Safety

The Range Rover L460 gets an Advanced Driver Assistant System (ADAS) suite comprising of Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Assist, 3D Surround Camera, Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist, Driver Condition Response, Lane Keep Assist, Park Assist, Front and Rear Parking Aid, Rear Collision Monitor, Rear Traffic Monitor, Traffic Sign Recognition and Adaptive Speed Limiter, Occupant Protection Assist and Trailer Stability Assist (TSA).

Passive Safety

Passive safety includes airbags all-around (front-passenger seat detector), seat belts (illuminated buckles, reminders, pre-tensioners, anchors), ISOFIX (rear), parking sensors (front, rear), reverse parking camera, door ajar warning, Electric Parking Brake (EPB), Emergency Brake Assist, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD), Hill Launch Assist, Hill Descent Control (HDC), Low Traction Launch, Dynamic Launch, Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), Roll Stability Control (RSC), All Terrain Progress Control (ATPC), Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Brake Hold, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and perimetric alarm.

Drive Modes

There are a total of eight terrain modes under the Terrain Response 2 configurable drive program.

Driver Assistance

The suite of ADAS will make long and short journeys less tiresome, at the same time easing the day-to-day manoeuvrability of its hugely elegant and expensively surfaced body. 

Infotainment

Installed is a 13.1-Inch high-resolution curved floating glass central touchscreen, featuring the Pivi Pro infotainment system.

The unit supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, Bluetooth connectivity and streaming, Wi-Fi enabled, sim card compatible (Online Pack with Data Plan), navigation and voice control.

Sound System

Equipped is a 1,600-W Meridian sound system, featuring a 34-speaker and subwoofer setup.


Performance

Engine

Co-developed with BMW, the new Range Rover L460 harbours the familiar 4.4-Litre turbocharged V8 petrol engine.

The mill produces 523 HP/390-KW at 5,500 to 6,000 RPM and 750 NM of torque at 1,800 to 4,600 RPM.


Transmission

Mated to the engine is a ZF-sourced eight-speed automatic transmission.


Drivetrain

Power is transmitted to all four wheels (AWD), and is fitted with an electronically active rear locking differential, anchoring the SUV to the asphalt.


Acceleration

It can go from 0 to 100 KM/H in 4.6 seconds and hit a top speed of 250 KM/H.


Comfort

Convenience

The new Range Rover L460 has Keyless Entry system, powered-gesture tailgate, three-zone auto-climate control, multi-function steering wheel, luggage tie-downs and hooks in loadspace, illuminated seat belt buckles, front and rear parking sensors, parking cameras, power adjustable seats, ClearSight interior rear-view mirror, automatic headlamps, flush deployable door handles (auto-deploy), rain sensing wipers, voice control and speed sensing door locks. 

Rear Air Vents

There are rear air-conditioning vents present.

Ride Comfort

Built on the Flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA-Flex) platform, it boasts 50% greater torsional rigidity than its predecessor with a static rigidity of 30,000 Nm per degree. 

Then, standard is a four-corner air suspension for the chassis that uses a double-wishbone front and five-link rear setup.

Ultimately, all these elements provide for a solid and firm drive, very suitable as a daily driver. Inside and out, performance- and comfort-wise, overall ride quality is sublime.

Sound Insulation

Good sound insulation with the NVH aspects accounted for. The cabin is acoustically designed (Acoustic laminated windscreen), to enhance the in-car ambience and block out exterior noises.

The new chassis also features a steel front bulkhead with a closed-section arrangement, reducing transmission of noise and low-frequency vibrations from road surfaces into the cabin by as much as 24%.

Overall, the cabin is able to suppress unwanted noises well and make them barely noticeable even when cruising through bumpy asphalts. 

Wrap Up

Conclusion

The new Range Rover L460 is built with a sophisticatedly elegant appeal, while boasting uber space and practicality.

Its refined exterior is very well designed, with the clean and seamless lines donating a powerful overall contour, emphasising its commanding stature and presence. 

The quality of the equipment and materials installed inside, is also impressive with the upscale, mature design and restrained detailing.

Overall, it bargains more than just good looks, it also provides an absolute driving pleasure with its engaging driving dynamics.

User Experience

4 /5
69 User Ratings
69 User Ratings
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Satisfaction
Best in-class interior spaceAdvanced and futuristic cockpit
Disappointment
Only one variant offered (SWB)Size may be too big for some drivers

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