Pricing now starts from around £84,000, which gets you base 'SE' trim with the base D300 diesel engine. Most owners will find the £3,000 premium that Land Rover wants for sportier-looking 'Dynamic SE' trim, while at the top of the liner-up, there's plush 'Autobiography'-spec. Even base 'SE' trim gets you a lot: Pixel LED headlights, 21-inch 'Style' alloy wheels, a Meridian Sound System, a fixed panoramic roof and a 3D Surround Camera system.
And that's just the start. You also get perforated Windsor leather seats with 20-way electric heated memory adjustment at the front and a heated power reclining function at the back. There's also Dynamic air suspension, 'Adaptive Dynamics' adaptive damping and the brand's unrivalled 'Terrain Response 2' set-up, which gives you various off-road driving modes. Infotainment is dealt with by a huge 13.1-inch Pivi Pro central touchscreen and there's wireless 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring. You also get a heated steering wheel, 2-Zone climate control, power folding mirrors and Adaptive Cruise Control with Steering Assist.
The 'Dynamic'-spec models are set apart by more unique frontal treatment and a dark grey finish for the alloy wheels. Top 'Autobiography'-spec embellishes the car with Digital LED headlights, a black contrast roof with a sliding panoramic top, 22-inch diamond turned alloy wheels, and a Head-up display. At this top level, you also get 22-way heated and ventilated massaging electric memory front seats with winged head rests. And drive dynamics are improved by all-wheel steering and an electronic active differential with torque vectoring by braking.