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Make: Land Rover
Engine: 5.0 litre V8
Maximum Power: 375 hp (280 kW)
Maximum Torque: 375 lb-ft (508 Nm)
Transmission: Six-speed automatic
Drivetrain: Four-wheel drive
2010 Land Rover LR4
Land Rover Press Release
The new, fourth generation of Land Rover’s supremely versatile SUV gains a new name – Land Rover LR4 – to go with its powerful and highly efficient new LR-V8 engine, fresh exterior identity and more premium cabin. The class-leading breadth of capability is extended even further with dynamic improvements for both on-road and off-road driving, and Land Rover has added a battery of user-friendly new technologies and features.
“The outgoing LR3 has well over 100 international awards to its name. But for the new LR4 we’ve found ways to improve virtually every aspect of the vehicle’s design and engineering – some subtle, some major. New design signals comprehensive engineering change under the skin,” says Phil Popham, Land Rover Managing Director.
Star billing on the LR4 goes to the highly efficient and refined new LR-V8 direct injection gasoline engine. This delivers 25% more power and 19% more torque than the previous 4.4-litre engine. The power and torque are both accessible across the entire rev range, to deliver immediate throttle response and effortless cruising ability, giving a 0-60 mph time of 7.5 seconds (0-100 km/h in 7.6 seconds).
Land Rover’s engineers have also transformed the LR4’s on-road ride and handling, and even improved on the much acclaimed all-terrain capabilities of its predecessor. The comprehensive changes include new suspension components, revised steering, larger brakes, improved traction control, and enhancements to the award winning Terrain Response system, which helps optimise the vehicle for virtually all on-road or off-road driving situations.
The iconic exterior design has been updated, most obviously with smoother and simpler surfaces at the front, including a new, more aerodynamic bumper. The sportier new lights help give the vehicle new character, and include LED technology front and rear. The sleek new front headlights include available ‘High Beam Assist’, automatically switching on or off the high beam, as conditions require.
Aerodynamic changes to the front end, with the revised front lower chin spoiler and new front wheel deflectors, help to reduce drag by increasing underfloor airflow, and LR4 is fitted with new 19-inch wheels and tyres optimised for rolling resistance and improved tyre wear.
The interior is completely redesigned, with a transformed dash and center console, new seats and an array of new, user friendly features.
“The new interior not only has a much more premium look and feel, it’s also gained improvement to its functionality. The new console inclines towards the driver, the switchgear and controls fall more readily to hand, and new LED ambient lighting helps make the cabin a more pleasant and more easily used space after dark. We’ve made the interior environment more premium too, with smoother surfaces, softer materials and close attention to critical details such as stitching,” says Gerry McGovern, Land Rover Design Director.
New features available for the LR4 include a portable audio interface, available HD Radio, a new available five-camera ‘surround’ system, for easier parking and towing, and a new key system which offers Keyless Entry and Push Button start.
“The changes and upgrades for LR4 transform many aspects of the previous generation, at the same time enhancing the flexibility and versatility for which this vehicle is famous. It can carry huge loads in its spacious interior, climb mountains, cruise across continents, haul trailers or transport up to seven family and friends in comfort. I can’t think of a more versatile vehicle anywhere,” says Phil Popham.