Prices start from £64,695
8 June 2009

Land Rover has announced pricing for the 2010 Range Rover, which will go on sale next month.

The engine range features two all-new units: a 3.6-litre TDV8 and the supercharged 5.0-litre V8 from the Jaguar XFR and XKR.

All models feature updated exterior styling and an all new interior, as well as improved emissions, fuel economy and performance.

The entry level TDV8 Vogue starts at £64,695 and it comes with 19" alloy wheels, LED lights and a touch-screen sat nav, as well as full iPod connectivity and a 12" TFT Virtual Instrument Panel.

At £70995, the TDV8 Vogue SE comes with 20" alloy wheels, adaptive bi-xenon headlights and Adaptive Climate Control.

Topping the range is the Autobiography, costing £75,695 fitted with the TDV8 engine and £79,995 with the V8 petrol.

Extra features fitted to the Autobiography include leather headlining, a front bumper splitter bar and the Autobiography design pack.

The 2010 Range Rover was shown for the first time today at this year's Motorexpo at Canary Wharf, alongside the 2010 Range Rover Sport and the new Land Rover Discovery 4.

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