Land Rover's signature model, the Range Rover was all-new for 2013, and added a pair of high-end trims last year, so changes for 2015 are relatively minor in nature.
Before we get to those, let's take a look at what motivates the Range Rover. Engine choices include a 3.0 Supercharged V6 making 340 hp/332 lb-ft of torque, and a 5.0L Supercharged V8 good for 510 hp and 461 lb-ft. Both share an eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive; V8 and Autobiography models add a locking rear differential.
Trims levels include a base model ($100,590); HSE ($104,590); V8 S/C ($115,590); V8 S/C LWB ($120,590); Autobiography ($150,590); and Autobiography LWB ($155,590).
With all that out of the way, here's what's new for 2015.
All models gain 12-way power front seats (replacing 2014's piddling 10-way chairs) and a fixed panoramic glass roof.
New available features include "intelligent" front seats that slide forward automatically when the optional power-folding rear seats are used; the convenience package adds surround-view camera, park assist, and soft-close doors; models fitted with the premium package get adaptive xenon headlights with LED signature, high beam assist, mood lighting, and in V6-powered models get fog lights and Terrain Response 2; a driver technology package includes blind spot monitoring with closing vehicle sensing and reverse traffic detection, lane departure warning, and traffic sign recognition; V8 Supercharged models gain a Black Design Pack option; Autobiography trims get optional seat articulation; puddle lamps now project a silhouette of the car, rather than the Range Rover script; and there are new wheel options, like 22-inchers for the Autobiography LWB version.
Standard convenience items includes intelligent keyless entry and start, heated windshield, front seats and steering wheel, electric upper and lower tailgates, Meridian sound systems, digital instrument cluster, and air suspension.
High-end models come with 16- or 20-way front seats, and V8 models get a "dynamic response".