The entry level TDV6 Sport SE will feature 19″ alloys, touch-screen sat nav, stability control, a nine-speaker Harmon/Kardon audio system, iPod/USB connectivity, Bluetooth and leather seat facings. The HSE (£50,595) adds 20″ alloys, rear view parking camera, DAB radio, leather/alcantara seat facings. The TD V8 HSE (£56,995) also includes, a new dynamic mode on the all-terrain system, adaptive cruise contol, high beam assist and bi-xenon headlights.
For £61,995 you can get the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 petrol that adds leather seats, sports details and, of course, much more power.
The ‘Disco 4′ starts at £31,995 for the 2.7-litre TDV6 GS. This offers 18″ alloys, stability control, Bluetooth and a six-speed manual transmission. The 3.0-litre TDV6 will set you back £4,495 and the XS, with a 9-speaker audio system, leather seats, iPod/USB connection, touch screen sat nav and rain sensing wipers will cost £40,495.
The range-topping HSE will cost £47,695 and that adds 19″ alloy wheels, Automatic high beam assist, bi-xenon front headlamps, rear view camera with parking aid, keyless entry, electric front sunroof with two fixed glass rear roofs, premium leather seat facings, premium carpet mats, wood finish end caps and centre console uprights, eight-way adjustable electric driver and passenger seats, electrically adjustable side bolsters for driver’s seat, keyless entry, harman/kardon premium audio system with 14 speakers and DSP amplifier, premium hard-disc drive navigation with TMC 4×4 interface and voice control.
The new 2010 model year line-up will all be on show at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this coming weekend from July 3-5. Land Rover will also be offering Festival-goers test drives of the Freelander 2 TD4_e around the Goodwood estate, and will showcase its vehicles’ capabilities on ‘Terrapod’ – the man-made off-road demonstration unit.