The 2016 Range Rover is a full-size 5-passenger 5-door SUV with some notable upgrades to power and finishes. This High-end sport ute wont amaze you with agility nor will it be civilized on off-road places it also is not cheap, but its reputation as the standard of terrain taming river-crossing luxury should remain comfortably intact for the upcoming model year. The Range Rover has 4 trims that are expected to return: Base, HSE and Autobiography and Supercharged. All trims are expected to return in a choice of 2 wheelbase standard and long wheelbase. The Base is the only one who will not be able to pick from this. The Range Rover trims will return portraying standard full time shift on the fly 4WD connected to a 2-Speed transfer case and an auto-locking rear differential. Another performance perk that is expected to come back in all Range Rover iterations includes Land Rover’s traction-enhancing Terrain Response system, which automatically adapts shift points, throttle and braking response, and suspension rigidness to whatever backwoods trail-blazing you might have to do on your way down the mountain. The traditional high stance and semi-sealed undercarriage allows you to go across rivers and streams that’ll drown just about every other ute out there. Inside, the usual complement of high-end cabin features expected to return for 2016 includes full power accessories, leather upholstery, heated power-adjustable front seats, cruise control, a heated telescoping and tilting steering wheel, , memory for driver's settings, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a remote garage door opener. Additionally, this luxurious Land Rover is once again slated to tote a rear-view camera, front and rear parking sensors, and auto-dimming rear-view mirror. Tech goodies are GPS navigation, 380-watt Meridian Premium audio system with 13-speakers, satellite radio, video monitor with a DVD/MP3 player, Bluetooth-interfaced Incontrol infotainment and improved smartphone apps. In terms of safety, returning equipment is HID headlights, inControl emergency telematics, daytime running lights, 4-wheel antilock brakes, traction and stability control, active front headrest, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags, post collision safety system and a remote antitheft alarm, optional blind sport monitoring, around-view camera system, lane departure warning, rear-cross traffic alerts adaptive cruise control. Due to is heft, be alerted that the Range Rover is not safety tested by the government or the auto insurance industry. Competition for the Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes-Benz GL350 and GL350 Bluetec sibling.