Land Rover’s inside strategy includes a "No Occupants Left Behind" policy. That is, they want to assure that every passenger enjoys the luxuries and conveniences defining the Rover brand. All seven seats are single buckets, even if positioned right next to one another. The five seats in the second and third rows fold flat independently, providing the best possible combinations of passenger and cargo room. Outboard passengers get audio controls, and the second row middle seat can be folded into a table and used by all rear passengers. On top, a sunroof and two moon roofs, equipped with blinds, provide either light or shade throughout the cabin. Other surprise and delight features include the cooler in the cubby box, and the asymmetrical rear gate, which shortens the reach-in distance to the back cargo area.