The 2013 Range Rover is capable of driving through three feet of water. Let that soak in. Three feet of water. It can also tackle snow, dirt, dust, rocks, and school playgrounds without a blink of even an amateur driver's eye. The new design of the SUV isn't just an elegant articulation of the Range Rover DNA, it also helps increase off-road potential. Think back to three feet of water—the Range Rover's old vents have been moved up and hidden in a unique under hood intake to ensure that nothing leaks in below the waistline.

Driver confidence is made possible by the innovative Terrain Response 2 system. This includes five settings—General; Grass/Gravel/Snow; Mud/Ruts; Sand; and Rock Crawl—each designed to make any condition a breeze.