The 2013 Range Rover made its North American debut in a big way, for a select group of loyal customers at the Stone Mansion. Guests got their first glance of this new luxury beast as it arrived by driving up a rocky angled path into the gorgeous backyard of the Mansion. Of course there was also five star catering and cocktails, and a tour of the mansion’s 12 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, movie theater, basketball court, 11 car garage, 4000 bottle wine cellar, elevator and pretty much anywhere else they felt like wondering around in. This is some major customer appreciation!
“The debut of the all-new Range Rover is a momentous occasion for Land Rover and our loyal owners,” said Kim McCullough, Brand Vice President, Land Rover, North America. “Our customers are incredible brand enthusiasts so they share in the excitement of the U.S. debut of the all-new Range Rover.”
Interesting enough about the 2013 Range Rover is that United States drivers will enjoy lower pricing than our European neighbors. Brits will be expected to pay over $110,000 to get the keys to their own Rover, while Americans have a base price starting at $83,500, which also includes the destination fee. Of course if you want an autographed version, it will shoot the price up to $130,950.
Of course most Range Rover drivers don’t mind spending the additional pennies and the 2013 Range Rover promises to be worth every penny. It has the world’s first all aluminum unibody structure on an SUV which offers additional strength and a lightened load to haul, which naturally improves the power. Of course it also has the expected off road capability, but even better on road handling and agility. And the expected luxury and spaciousness has not been compromised for this new addition to the Range Rover lineup.
Source Land Rover