Land Rover already revealed the normal and Sport versions of the new Range Rover, but there’s more coming.
AutoGuide.com’s spy photographers spotted the long wheelbase Range Rover testing with roughly an extra 5.9 inches (150 mm) added between the front and rear axles.
Range Rover’s biggest market is currently the U.S., and the larger luxo-truck will fit, but is geared more directly at luxury buyers in China and Russia.
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Land Rover is expected to officially reveal the car later this year. As was true with the other iterations, expect considerable weight savings thanks to its aluminum chassis and suspension components.