The Range Rover Vogue is the basic model of the SUV range of the brand that offers everything you need in an SUV. It offers enough comfort, two powerful motor options, and a standard equipment handle. The current version has been updated with some minor style changes to keep it fresh. In addition, the interior has been revised with improved technological features, such as a larger infotainment screen and more quality materials. However, it is expected that the new version that will hit the market as the Range Rover Vogue 2019 will hit the market in its familiar style and the only changes we could see are more advanced technologies. In the engine department, the current Vogue is powered by several engines and there are gasoline and diesel options in the offer.
And the 2019 version must not undergo any mechanical change with respect to the current one. Also, cosmetic changes are not likely, but even if they do, they will be minor. In general, the Range Rover Vogue should definitely maintain its reputation as being very popular and one of the best SUV of its kind. 2019 Range Rover Vogue Design The new 2019 Range Rover Vogue should come in the same style as its predecessor. The model year 2018 has been updated and has achieved aesthetic changes similar to those of the last Range Rover Sport.
- New Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) P400e powertrains introduced for 2019 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models
- Apple CarPlay® & Android Auto™ now available as part of new Smartphone Pack offered as a no cost option on Range Rover, Range Rover Sport & Land Rover Discovery and optional on select Discovery Sport, Range Rover Velar & Range Rover Evoque models (4,9)
- Land Rover InControl® Touch Pro™ infotainment system, standard on the Land Rover Discovery and available on the Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque, features an updated interface and layout (2)
- New Wade Sensing system in the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Land Rover Discovery provides real-time wading depth information in relation to the vehicle’s max wading depth (7)
- A range of new standard equipment added to the Discovery SE derivative