2023 Range Rover L460 in Malaysia: Everything you need to know

By Gokul, 14 February 2023

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Range Rover L460

Jaguar Land Rover Malaysia recently launched the new Range Rover L460, which now features a new platform, a new design, as well as a long list of new technology and features.

Priced at RM2.48 million including taxes before customization, the Range Rover L460 is the first model to use Land Rover’s new flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture (MLA-Flex).

On the exterior, flush elements, clean expansive surfaces, hidden-until-lit tail lamps and precise detailing take the design
philosophy to new levels.

Range Rover L460

The vehicle is also 75mm longer than the previous model due to the MLA-Flex body architecture, which is up to 50% stiffer. In addition, engineering enhancements contribute to a 24% improvement in noise transmission.

As a world-first feature, hidden-until-lit taillights accentuate the overall visual of the SUV. A 10mm lower roofline reduces the frontal area of the vehicle, while elegant fully flush doors and glazing minimise disturbance to the airflow as it passes down the side of the vehicle.

Inside, the Range Rover L460 is also equipped with the intuitive Pivi Pro infotainment system, which includes a 13.1-inch curved floating glass touchscreen with haptic feedback. This is complemented by a new 13.7-inch Interactive Driver Display.

Range Rover L460

To ensure a smooth driving and parking process, ClearSight Ground View is included with a 3D Surround Camera, enabling drivers to effectively see through the bonnet.

There is also the new third-generation Active Noise Cancellation technology delivers one of the quietest cabins on the road.

While the next-generation Electronic Air Suspension automatically lowers the ride height when cruising above 105km/h for enhanced efficiency, All-Wheel Steering is also available as standard for the first time.

Range Rover L460

The all-new Range Rover also includes a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission with twin-speed transmission for better low-speed control in off-road situations.

Last but not least, the all-new Range Rover is powered by a 530PS 4.4-litre V8 engine, producing 750Nm of torque at 1,800 to 4,600rpm.

There will only be one variant for now, which is the HSE trim we're looking at here, which is available at a starting price of RM1,268,000 duty-free and RM2,488,000 including taxes.

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