• Published On: February 22, 2022

    The latest updates for the 2023 Range Rover are here:

    23MY New Range Rover: New Vehicle Content, Pricing, and Order Guide (PDF, 7MB)

    Quick preview of what’s new:

    Updated Content Change From Preliminary Release (in Red) Pricing and Content Change on P400 SE
    – Pricing has been reduced by $3,000
    – Dynamic Response Pro and Electronic Active Differential removed as standard equipment and are now available optionally in the Advanced Off-road Capability Pack

    New Optional Content
    – Pixel LED (Now Standard on ATB and above)
    – Power Assisted Door (Mid Model Year – TBC)
    – Remote Park Assist (Removed)
    – Wood and Leather Open Pore Wheel
    – Advanced Off-Road Capability Pack

    Consolidated Options Available Now Only in Packs
    – ClearSight interior rear view mirror
    – Domestic plug socket(s)
    – Head-up Display
    – SV Bespoke Full Extended Leather Upgrade
    – Configurable Programs

    Deleted Content
    – 20-way heated and ventilated electric front seats with power recline heated rear seats
    – 20-way heated and ventilated electric front seats with power recline heated rear seats and heated third row seats
    Convenience Pack
    Activity Key
    “L” Badge on pillar designating LWB vehicles
    Ostuni White not available at launch. Availability TBC.

    And as always – thank you very much!

  • Published On: February 19, 2022

    Okay, now I actually believe the website…

    Wording in order guide is still a little confused but Autobiography Range Rovers for 2023 are getting “Digital LED” headlights as standard.  $550 option for other models.

    The wording gets confusing because they’re also referred to as:

    Pixel LED headlights with signature DRL

    The confusion happens because in the UK, the two options are “Digital LED headlights with signature DRL and Image Projection” and the UK Autobiography gets “Pixel LED headlights with signature DRL

    Here’s what I think we will get:



  • Published On: February 12, 2022

    Jaguar Land Rover has been adding the wireless charging pads and boosters for a few years now so this might just be new for me. I noticed when they mention the Phone Signal Booster there’s always a disclaimer.

    Usually those disclaimers are boring but this one caught my eye:

    The wireless charger mat incorporates a phone signal booster. The phone signal booster is a mobile phone signal enhancer, designed to compensate for reduced reception inside the vehicle’s interior. This phone signal booster operates by selectively boosting signals into and out of the mobile phone via an external antenna. The phone signal booster operates automatically when a phone is placed on the charging mat; there is no need to connect or set up the phone signal booster.

    This is a CONSUMER device. BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device..

    You must register the device with your wireless provider? After searching I found my provider actually did have a page to register these devices with them to follow FCC rules.

    Is everything doing this?

  • Published On: February 11, 2022

    I believe it was the MY2018 refresh that brought the programmable Favorite button to the Range Rover steering wheel. Very functional button, even had two ways to access with a short or long press, each with a different function.

    The function list has always been limited but a quick way to Play/Pause is still perfect.

    For the All-New Range Rover, we get a new function – Cycle Cluster Layout

    The Range Rover has had a digital gauge cluster since the 2010 refresh – before it was even a thing. They didn’t start actually having fun with it until 2017 or so, when InControl Touch Pro happened. With ICTP, you could have the map displayed or various layout changes in the cluster itself. That was further tweaked for the MY2018 refresh. It was a couple of clicks to switch the gauge cluster layout, kind of buried in the menus, not something to do often.

    But for the All-New Range Rover, it looks like we’re getting a shortcut! So minor but glad to see they thought about it and implemented something.

  • Published On: February 10, 2022

  • Published On: February 9, 2022

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