Prototype versions of the all-new Range Rover flagship are beginning to appear in more revealing camouflage, prompting artists to take a swing at imagining its final look.
Shown here is a new rendering by Photoshop maestro Ivan Martinović, posted this week on enthusiast forum ps-garage.
The result shows a model that is distinctly Range Rover, with several of the contemporary details hinted at in TMR's recent spy photos.
Standout changes include the slender Evoque-inspired wraparound lights, along with a more raked frontal profile and lower overall roofline.
Also rendered are side vents that exit from the front door panels, unlike the front guard placement of the current generation.
The rendering does however seem to disregard the subtle rising beltline and tapered roofline evident in the most recent spy photos - another detail which would link the model to the Sport and Evoque models.
Range Rover flagships to date have exhibited a level window line and profile, and the tapered lines of the upcoming model represent a significant departure from the car's 42 year heritage.
The production model is expected to be lighter and more efficient than the current Vogue models, due to the use of a Jaguar XJ-derived aluminium platform, and is likely to be revealed publicly before the end of the year.
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