The Range Rover L has been stretched by approximately eight inches, lengthening the body shell in front of the rear wheels, which increases the rear seat legroom by 5.5 inches. The long-wheelbase model will now offer standard bench seats or individual Executive Class rear seats.
Coming in for the 2014 model year, the new Range Rover Long-Wheelbase will bring with it a new Autobiography Black trim. The latter will be limited to around 100 units for the 2014 model year and be the most expensive model in Land Rover’s lineup. The first 25 will be built in a special Valloire White pearlescent paint.
For the long-wheelbase model, denoted by a small “L” badge on the tailgate and front fenders, engineers have managed to add around 8 inches to the wheelbase by stretching the Range Rover’s aluminum unibody structure.