Now if you weren't so impressed with what Range Rover has done with the 2013's exterior, then you have yet to see its interior.
As they say, that's where the magic happens.
Being that there were a few all-new Range Rovers on the premises, Land Rover gave us a pretty good showing of what can be possible with each vehicle having a different "vibe." Take, for example, how there is a peanut butter-colored Autobiography edition interior with wood accents, a vanilla-colored interior trimmed with carbon fiber, and an Autobiography edition that features black hides with black wood.
It seemed readily apparent that the 2013 Range Rover's interior is heavily influenced from its sister brand, Jaguar. Obviously, it takes a bunch of cues from the flagship luxury sedan, the XJ. Note the plush carpets that feature piping, the carbon fiber trim -- which can be had on an XJ --, and the seats that appear to be lifted straight from the Jag.
A couple of little "easter eggs" presented themselves as well. Check out that metallic outline of the all-new Range Rover in the B-Pillar door jams, or how about the "Autobiography" stamped into the wood. Pretty neat little touches.
Then there's the infotainment unit, which is flanked by what can be best described as two vertical black panel displays with touch sensitive "buttons." The couple of minutes I spent toying around with the infotainment unit certainly won't do its capabilities justice. To understand the depth of what I am on about, look below at how many camera angles you can choose from to improve visibility whether in a parking lot or off road.
There's plenty to look at, so get started below...
2013 Range Rover VIP Unveil Photo Gallery