The 2012-2013 Range Rover is getting close to the final production form and is finishing its extensive test cycle in the Arctic Circle.
As you can see the clearest shots of the interior it seems to have a complete digital instrument display along with a totally modernised interior.
The aluminium chassis will weigh in around 500kg lighter than its older brother, resulting in a total weight of an impressive 2,000kg.
The powertrain will be revised as well, consisting of an 4.4 liter V8 diesel engine which offers around 320 HP and a eight-speed servo actuated gearbox.
Due to the weight reduction and advanced engine advances we expect the MPG to be similar to the larger saloon cars.
The fourth generation Range Rover will also be available with a diesel powered V6 and a more 5.0 liter supercharged V8.
We are also hearing rumours that Range Rover are testing a replacement to the supercharger and probably introducing a Tri-Turbo set up to aid its MPG targets.
I think its too early to expect a world premier of the car at Geneva but we might see a concept of the upcoming vehicle.