Land Rover has succeeded in developing all-aluminum unibody structure SUV which it has unveiled. With its redesigned 2013 Range Rover, the company has shed down much of the weight with the lightness of aluminum. Not only weightlessness is a salient feature, but reduced interior noise by virtue of laminated windshield and side door glass is another unique characteristic of the luxury all-terrain performance vehicle.
All new aluminum SUV has a seating capacity of five persons and was publically displayed in London this week. As it is first SUV to be built in aluminum which promises better fuel economy, it is a kind of vehicle that is sure to attract the people around the world who love luxury and eco-friendliness. This new aluminum version that looks exquisite in its interior as well as exterior body looks is about 39% lighter when compared to its steel Range Rover counterpart. The company has selected its facility at Solihull, U.K. to produce the new version in bulk.
As per the company officials, the newer version will help in better handling of the SUV. An additional advantage would be its fuel efficiency which can act as a motivating factor for the customers. The design of this aluminum unibody Land Rover has been kept close to that of traditional version and it does have that tall and boxy look to it. This exquisite and luxurious SUV will be available in European market in a diesel hybrid option.