2022 Land Rover Range Rover

MSRP $30,090 - $39,490

Ranked #2 in Fullsize Suv


2022 Land Rover Range Rover Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: August 2, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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Call it an epitome of luxury, a mansion on wheels, or a state-of-the-art vehicle, the Land Rover Range Rover has been a status symbol that garners attention as large as its dimensions. Its beefy, brawny, and muscular on the outside, but upholds practicality in the highest regard inside the cabin. Each Range Rover is built to be the perfect companion in all road conditions and to bestow an ostentatious and palatial aura when on the go.

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Luxurious cabin appointments

Unparalleled off-roading capabilities

Cogent Engine options


Mammoth dimensions hinder maneuverability

Dual-screen infotainment setup can be confusing

Pricey as compared to rivals

What's New?

Suspected changes to the design

No other major changes


vehicle bio

base price



dr SUV

passenger capacity



rear wheel drive

engine type


226 cu.in.


350 hp @ 7400 rpm


276 lbs.-ft. @ 5200 rpm


6-Speed Manual


brake rotors (f/r)

14/13.8 in.



100.4 in.


62.2 in.


73.6 in.


51.8 in.

curb weight

3457 lbs.

ground clearance

4.7 in.


passenger volume

51.6 cu ft.

cargo volume

6.9 cu ft.

towing capacity

5000 lbs.

payload capacity

482 lbs.


zero to 60 mph

4.6 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

13.1 sec.

fuel economy


19/22/26 mpg

highway range

494.0 mi.


basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr. /unlimited

roadside assistance


Pictures & Videos


Base$30,090 onwards

Sport$33,820 onwards

Sport Touring$39,490 onwards

Colors and Styles

2022 Land Rover Range Rover in Aruba Premium Metallic color
Aruba Premium Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

2022 MY of the Land Rover Range Rover could feature design changes to the exterior and see the availability of a BMW-powered V8 engine option for higher-level trims. Apart from that, it continues to be the usable SUV you can comfortably take off-roading and if the legroom on this mammoth SUV seems short for you, the long-wheelbase or LWB variant could be the choice to opt for. In its segment, it gets pitted against flagship SUVs from the house of Mercedes-Benz and BMW, the 2021 GLS 450 4MATIC, and the 2021 X7 xDrive40i.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Features

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover continues with no changes to its trim levels. It features the base variant that gets its power from a lower-ranked engine option and the Westminster Edition that adds extra features and power but bears a six-figure price tag. As standard, the full-size SUV comes equipped with features like LED daytime running lights, sliding panoramic roof, and leather seats with ventilation and is available only with a single transmission unit and channeled as a 4WD variant.



Westminster Edition

MSRP (expected)



Key Features

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Adds to or retains features of Base


Powered tailgate

Front Fog Lights


Ambient Interior Lighting

21-inch Wheels


Three-zone Climate Control

Four-zone climate control


Hill-descent control

Heated steering wheel


Heated Door Mirrors

Park Pack Package


19-inch wheels

20-way heated and cooled front seats

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Starting at a price of $92,000, the base variant of the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover is the go-to option. Its standard list of features is suggestive of the brand’s idea to make the SUV a luxurious offering and while the Westminster Edition does ensure a plusher experience, it is priced steeply when compared to the rivals.

By providing the best value for money, the base variant makes sure that you do not regret your decision. With its 19-inch wheels, heated leather seats, and premium sound system, alongside some customization options and packages, the Range Rover feels heavily equipped and makes for a viable proposition in the segment. However, if you want extra space on the inside, the LWB variant available only with the Westminster Edition could be your choice of vehicle.

Release Date

There is no confirmation whatsoever about the release date of the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover. Neither has there been any formal communication from the brand nor have there been any speculated or rumored timelines. However, being a 2022 MY vehicle, we expect the SUV to be available for sale in the market latest by the last quarter of 2021.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Engine and Performance

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover makes use of a similar engine setup as the previous year which is a turbocharged inline-6 unit good for 355hp and 365lb.-ft of torque and uses mild hybrid assistance for better performance. It continues to make use of an 8-speed automatic transmission unit with paddle shifters for a better driving experience and also features a 2-speed electronically controlled transfer case.

While performance figures have not yet been confirmed, Land Rover claims that the latest iteration of the Range Rover can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 6.6 seconds, which is appreciable for a car of its size and dimensions. Though there have been no speculations about the quarter-mile timings, the top speed of 130 MPH is quick enough to get your adrenaline rushing.

By being a 4WD variant only, the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover promises to be an efficient performer both on and off the road and ensures that rough patches do not turn into imperfections for the passengers on the inside. The standard 19-inch wheels feel well-fitted and proportionate for their size, however, the 21-inch wheels available with the Westminster Edition manage better performance. With no changes to the powertrain setup, Land Rover lacks agility and versatility due to an underwhelming steering system that lacks precision. As a result, handling isn’t the best on the mammoth SUV and its dimensions also create a bearing on its maneuverability. 


2022 Land Rover Range Rover (expected)

2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC






3.0L turbocharged inline-6

3.0L turbocharged inline-6

3.0L turbocharged inline-6






8-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

9-speed automatic









0-60 mph (seconds)




Quarter-mile (seconds)




Top Speed




When compared to its competitors, each SUV in the segment features a turbocharged inline-6 engine option as standard. While both the BMW and Mercedes-Benz are channeled as AWD variants, the 2021 X7 xDrive40i uses a similar transmission as the Land Rover. On the other hand, the 2021 GLS 450 4MATIC is the most powerful engine option in the segment and churns out 362hp and 369lb.-ft of torque.

While the 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i is the least powerful option, it lies midway in terms of acceleration clocking 5.8 and 14.4 seconds in the 60mph and quarter-mile run respectively. The Mercedes-Benz is, however, the quickest in the segment and diminutively beats the BMW taking 5.7 and 14.2 seconds, respectively, in similar acceleration tests.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Fuel Economy

While the final mileage figures of the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover are not yet known, EPA rates its fuel efficiency at 18 MPG in the city and 23 MPG on the highway. Combined, it averages 20 miles per gallon of fuel, which is adequate as per segment standards. Though its range is not yet known, we expect it to be a tad bit higher than its competitors, thanks to a 27.4-gallon fuel tank which is the most voluminous in the segment and reduces the trips one has to make to the fuel station.


2022 Land Rover Range Rover (expected)

2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC

MPG (city)




MPG (highway)




MPG (combined)




Fuel Capacity




Range (city/highway/combined) (miles)




On the other hand, both the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class manage higher efficiency but only by a notch averaging a combined mileage of 21 MPG. However, both vehicles, feature smaller fuel tanks that can hold a little under 22-gallons and manage a similar range clocking 547 miles on the highway.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Interior

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover is upmarket and stately. It cohesively unifies practicality with luxury to create an ergonomic cabin that caters to every inch of the driver’s dynamics. The two central screens for infotainment and climate control feel ultra-modern and the digital gauge cluster is only an extension of the contemporary nature of the vehicle. Every material used in the cabin from soft-touch plastics, wooden inserts on the dashboard to leather upholstery reflects top-notch craftsmanship and feels immensely premium. It comes equipped with all the bells and whistles one expects at the price point including ventilated seats, a heated steering wheel, and aluminum embellishments. While no confirmation has been made yet, the cabin setup might undergo slight changes to incorporate better tech and other advanced specifications into the cabin.

However, what remains common from the outgoing model is the comfort that each row of the SUV provides. There is ample head-, shoulder-, and legroom on offer with both the rows and the deeply bolstered seats do provide impressive under-thigh and lower-back comfort. Each seat inside the cabin feels adequately positioned, allowing for great visibility and viewing angles. But the 2022 Range Rover does lose out to its competitors due to the absence of the third row of seats. Though it helps in aiding the cargo capacity, family vehicle buyers might find the BMW and Mercedes-Benz to be better offerings.


2022 Land Rover Range Rover (expected)

2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC

Seating Capacity




Front Row (headroom/shoulder room/legroom, in inches)




Second Row (headroom/shoulder room/legroom, in inches)




Third Row (headroom/shoulder room/legroom, in inches)




Trunk Capacity to the third row (cubic feet)




Trunk Capacity to the second row (cubic feet)




Trunk Capacity to first row (cubic feet)




All three SUVs are rather luxuriously built and feature best-in-class specifications to satiate every buyer’s needs. Like the Land Rover, the 2021 X7 xDrive40i and the 2021 GLS 450 4MATIC feature new-fangled specifications like three/four-zone climate control, premium leather upholstery, and touchscreen display units for infotainment and other features. Thus, it is difficult to declare a certain winner in terms of fit and finish.

However, both contemporary cars of the 2022 Range Rover gain ascendancy by providing an extra row of seating and by accommodating seven passengers. While the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC has better space for front and second-row occupants, the third row of both SUVs has an equal amount of space and can even seat adults on shorter trips. On the other hand, the 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i is better off in terms of trunk volume having a maximum cargo capacity of 90.4 cubic feet, which is enough to fit your bikes for that early morning adventure. The Land Rover performs rather underwhelmingly in the aspect, managing a total trunk volume of 70.9 cubic feet only.

Some of the salient interior features of the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover include:

  • Grained Leather Upholstery
  • Heated front seats
  • Ambient Interior Lighting
  • Three/Four Zone Climate Control
  • Cooled Front Seats (available only with the Westminster Edition)
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror

How intuitive is the infotainment system of the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover?

Perhaps, Land Rover’s effort to provide the buyers with the best experience is evident in the extremely intuitive and user-friendly infotainment system that it provides as standard across the Range Rover lineup. Though the dual displays screen seems confusing, the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system that the SUV features, is utterly responsive. Both display screens are touch-sensitive, however, it is the higher-placed that actually controls all entertainment functions and also gets connected to the navigation system and rearview camera. Some salient infotainment features available with the 2022 Range Rover include:

  •  13-speaker Meridien Premium Sound System
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  •  InControl Remote and Protect
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • USB Connection
  • Voice Recognition
  • 10-inch display touchscreen 

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Exterior

Despite sporting a generic design with minor tweaks since 2013, the Range Rover continues to look upmarket and commands undeniable road presence; sweep through the traffic and you would turn a number of heads. However, in a bid to keep the 2022 MY SUV in tandem with its competitors, Land Rover aims at inducing minor changes to the vehicle. These include revised head and taillights, newer wheel arches, and a slight change in the stance to make it look less boxy than before. While these changes have not yet been showcased, we love the current design as it is.

The large front grille that gets wrapped by the headlamps looks bulky and the LED lights upfront have a distinct design to them. The air vents are gracefully dealt with and add an element of sportiness to the SUV and while fog lamps are available with the Westminster Edition, they look rather sublime and subtle. Look at it from the side and you get an actual sense of its gigantic dimensions, it looks tall, large, and handsome. At the rear, the uncomplicated fascia with the rear spoiler, chrome exhaust outlets, and the chrome line that runs between the vertically placed taillamps add to the plushness. From every viewable angle, the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover looks fibrous and robust.


2022 Land Rover Range Rover (expected)

2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC

Curb Weight (lbs)




Length (in.)




Width (in.)




Height (in.)




Ground Clearance (in.)




Wheelbase (in.)




The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover is the smallest in dimensions when compared to its competitors. Its length of 196.9 inches is considerably shorter as compared to the 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC that is 205 inches long. However, at 87.4 and 73.6 inches, it is the widest and tallest SUV in the segment. While its ground clearance and curb weight are not known, the 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i sports the highest clearance from the ground of 8.7 inches and is also the heaviest vehicle at 5,370 lbs. In terms of wheelbase, the Mercedes-Benz is the longest at 123.4 inches followed by the BMW and Land Rover at 122.2 and 115 inches, respectively.

Some of the salient exterior features include:

  • Split Panoramic Sunroof
  • 19/21-inch Wheels
  • LED Headlights with DRLs
  • Rear Spoiler
  • Powered Tailgate
  • RANGE ROVER lettering at the front and rear

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Safety

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover has not yet been tested by the federal and non-federal agencies. However, it comes equipped with several standard active and passive features including seatbelt pretensioners, a tire pressure monitoring system, and a comprehensive airbag system. For buyers who want highly advanced safety specifications, the Westminster Edition can be equipped with the Performance Pack that adds 360-degree parking aid, rear traffic monitor, and clear exit monitor. The other package option is the Driver Pack which includes a blind-spot monitor, traffic sign recognition and is also available with the top-tier trim only.

Some other standout safety specifications include:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Assist
  • Hill Descent Control
  • High-speed Emergency Braking
  • Rearview camera and front and rear parking aid
  • Dynamic Stability Control

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Competition

2022 Land Rover Range Rover vs 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i

The 2021 BMW X7 xDrive40i is one of the latest introductions into the brand’s lineup and as their flagship offering in the SUV segment aims at providing a refined and sophisticated experience. Bearing a lower price tag, the BMW is almost instantaneously likable, however, its performance backs its capabilities of being a worthy competitor in the segment. While its inline-6 engine might not be the best in the segment, its acceleration capabilities are amongst the top-performing SUVs in the market. Its frugality adds to its abilities and while the fuel tank is the smallest in the segment, the range covered will be adequate for all classes of buyers.

While the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover is almost similar in both aspects, it starts to lose out when interior space is concerned. It misses out on the third row of seating and has lower cargo capacity. BMW’s single-screen infotainment unit feels sought-after and easy to learn, while its exterior design also looks more premium with a rather upright stance makes the SUV look larger than its competitors and by being a better performer in aspects more than one, the 2021 BMW X7 is the better options amongst the two.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover vs 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS 450 4MATIC

The Mercedes-Benz GLS Class is a household name in the full-size SUV market. Being one of the older players, it understands buyers’ needs intricately and as a result, is an inch-perfect offering that in its 2021 iteration has become all the more majestic. The latest MY is regal and comes packed with a number of comfort creatures that make it a viable option for the price one pays for it. Despite being upmarket, it is the quickest and fastest SUV on offer in comparison and is impressively efficient.

When compared to the 2022 Land Rover Range Rover, the 2021 GLS 450 4MATIC gains ground in a number of aspects. Its third row of seats increases the number of passengers that the SUV can accommodate and with both rear rows folded down its cargo capacity feels adequate for any stuff you might want to fit into the trunk. With its refreshed design, it looks better than before and its MBUX infotainment system and a large number of safety features make it an impressive choice in the market.

2022 Land Rover Range Rover Final Verdict

The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover carries forward the legacy that the SUV has created in the market. It continues to be a premium offering that reflects bespoke engineering and features a cogent powertrain that delivers class-competing performance. However, its cons overweigh its advantages. While it features a standard 4WD system, the Range Rover is not the best driving option in the market. Its dimensions feel overpowering and a rather detached steering system diminishes the riding experience. It seats a lesser number of passengers and the dual-screen setup does feel rather confusing.

However, the 2022 Range Rover has a lot to offer. It comes with a large number of standard features and provides a number of customization options to alter the SUV as per your needs. Its cabin is an ostentatious place to be in and with the suspected exterior and interior updates, it could give its competitors a run for their money. But its price tag of $92,000 is the biggest hurdle in its success and the availability of less expensive yet more practical options cause it to fall short in the segment.