Early Range Rovers, first produced in the 1970s, offered serious off-road capabilities in a package that was more comfortable than their Land Rover cousins. By the 1990s, Range Rovers had became downright luxurious, if somewhat outdated.
An all-new model appeared in 2003. Created during BMW's ownership of Land Rover, it added on-road polish to the Range Rover's accomplished resume. A 2013 redesign has reinvigorated the big SUV with sharper styling and lighter weight. Not many owners will take the expensive Range Rovers off-road, but on-road performance continues to shine with up to 510 horsepower.