There’s a cool new feature in the 2019 Land Rover Range Rover. It’s a new Wade Sensing system that provides the SUV’s driver with real-time wading depth information relative to the vehicle’s maximum water submersion capability, which is several feet. While you won't likely use this system on the way to the office, other fresh upgrades are designed to improve your experience every single day. These include standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and an expanded list of available driver assistance systems, such as active cruise control with steering assistance.
These upgrades for the new model year may be minor, but the 2019 Range Rover remains one of the most luxurious, comfortable, and capable full-size SUVs available — as well as one of the most expensive. Prices range from just over $90,000 to over $210,000. The Range Rover competes with the Mercedes-Benz GLS and G-Class, BMW X7, Audi Q8, Lincoln Navigator, Bentley Bentayga, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and even the Lamborghini Urus.