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2008 Range Rover


Enhancements to the Range Rover for 2008 add a series of further luxury touches and practical new features, including four-zone air conditioning, which enables rear seat passengers to control their individual cooling and ventilation. This is neatly complemented with 'climate control' windscreen and side glass which is now available in conjunction with automatic rain and headlight sensing.

The special glass cuts infra-red heat transmission into the vehicle, reducing heat build up when the vehicle is parked in the sun, for example, so allowing the air conditioning to function faster and more effectively on drive away. There is also an additional leather trim on the heating and ventilation unit and centre console plus a total of seven real wood veneers to choose from, all sourced from sustainable forests, and additional wood veneer elements have been applied to the rear of the centre console. A matching wooden gear knob has also been introduced on some models.

The attention to detail extends to new tread-plates and revised graphics on the touch-screen and instruments. A new interior colour called Storm is available, as well as two new exterior colours, Alaska White and Lucerne Green, and a fresh set of "designers' choices" for recommended interior and exterior combinations.

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