The 2018 Range Rover LWB isn’t bulletproof, but you certainly feel that way from behind the wheel. LWB here stands for Long Wheelbase, and means more length added to what’s already the largest model in Range Rover’s line-up. Despite that, it’s an unexpected note of restraint in a sea of vast luxury trucks.
It’s imposing, but not in that shiny, chromed way so many large SUVs are bedazzled. Tesla’s Model X may be the one with the biohazard-grade air filtering, but with its side gills and smooth, hewn-granite body it’s the Range Rover you’d assume was safest come chemical war.
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