Range Rover Gets More High-Tech for '07
The Terrain Response system becomes standard on the 2007 Range Rover.
IRVINE, Calif. — The improvements to the 2007 Range Rover include cabin enhancements, as well as off-road upgrades, the Ford brand said.
The Terrain Response system is fitted as standard on all Range Rovers for 2007. The system, which controls powertrain, transmission, braking, stability control and suspension, allows the driver to select one of five vehicle settings to suit the terrain. A rear electronic differential is now offered as an option and works with the vehicle's standard center electronic differential. This feature is standard on supercharged models.
In the cabin, the Range Rover gets electronically released twin gloveboxes, an updated airbag layout, a new center console design, an electronic parking brake and a new fascia, as well as improved air conditioning and ventilation.
New front seats can be outfitted with optional cooled-air ventilation.
What this means to you: Now you can be more comfy than ever while tackling the great outdoors.
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