Land Rover has given the Freelander a final makeover before it's replaced next year by the all-new Discovery Sport. A new range-topping Metropolis version will cost £35,995 and is billed as the most luxurious Freelander to date.
The Metropolis’s price and spec also point to the direction Land Rover will take the Discovery Sport, making it a plusher, more premium offering than the Freelander.
The spec of the Metropolis builds on that of the previous HSE Lux flagship and includes Windsor leather seats, a panoramic roof, 19-inch alloy wheels, a Meridian sound system, touchscreen sat-nav, luxury carpets, a reversing camera, metallic paint and gloss black interior trim.
The Metropolis is only available with the 188bhp 2.2-litre SD4 turbodiesel engine. The slimmed-down Freelander range also includes SE and SE Tech models, the former being powered by a 148bhp 2.2 SD4 and the latter by the same SD4 as the Metropolis.
The revised Freelander will go on sale in June, priced from £27,765 for the base SE TD4 in manual form.