Land Rover Range Rover Window Tinting

Land Rover Range Rover at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Land Rover Range Rover at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Land Rover Range Rover at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs. We have applied Llumar CTX Ceramic Film in 2 front windows for the best heat rejection and up to 99% UV protection. Call us for a free estimate! (954)840-7883. We are located at 11344 Wiles Road Coral Springs,Fl 33076. More pictures of our jobs

Land Rover Range Rover:

The Range Rover caters to every conceivable need by offering luxury and off-road prowess. The 340-hp supercharged V-6—with an eight-speed automatic and all-wheel drive—offers a decent compromise between power and efficiency. There is also a 380-hp version of the V-6 and a 254-hp turbodiesel V-6 with 443 lb-ft of torque. Standard and long wheelbase models are equally posh, especially in Autobiography trim. The Rover may be expensive and imposing, but few utes can match its panache.

A revised lower bumper feeds more air to the front brakes, which allowed engineers to spec new hardware that produces less dust; that should keep the six new aluminum wheel designs looking cleaner for longer. Wide exhaust outlets and new LED taillights round out the exterior changes. There are two new colors, a dark burgundy Rossello Red and the Byron Blue paint shown here.

nside, the Range Rover gains a reconfigured 12.0-inch instrument cluster with more customizable displays, as well as the Velar’s Touch Pro Duo infotainment system that features two 10.0-inch touchscreens on the center stack, with the bottom screen controlling climate, seating, vehicle settings, and Terrain Response modes. The upper unit, which has a traditional home screen with navigation and audio controls, can be physically tilted to alleviate glare. Swiping a finger can even send information from one screen onto the other. A 10.0-inch-wide head-up display projects clearer, high-res images on the windshield. A couple of knobs remain, though most dashboard and steering-wheel buttons have been replaced by touch-capacitive sensors. Drivers can wave a hand by the rearview mirror to open and close the mesh sunroof shade. Based on how gimmicky hand motions get in the BMW 5- and 7-series sedans, we’re glad that this is the only gesture function available. You’ll need to place a finger on a screen to power-fold the rear seats when you’re away from the hatch area—either the one in the dash or the one on the InControl Remote phone app.

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