Tuesday, May 31, 2011

2011 Land Rover LR2 Review

Improved interior and exterior style give a new for 2011 Land Rover LR2. external design changes include a front bumper and two new grille bar, giving it a front line LR2 with the hot-selling Land Rover LR4.

Three new colors and new wheels give 2011-LR2 generally more modern, sporty look. Inside, a new range of styles of seating and a redesigned instrument panel gives the interior the 2011 LR2 looks so fresh.


Land Rover enthusiasts will also notice another small but significant change in the famous Land Rover logo that changes color in 2011 from gold to green to silver green light more modern.

3.2-liter engine is advanced i6

The six straight is the best balanced of all engine configurations, but its length makes it often difficult to pack around. The six straight accelerates the LR2 to 60 mph in 8.4 seconds (0-100 km / h in 8.7 seconds) and a top speed of 124 mph (200 kmh). But the posterior Auxiliary Drive (READ) location of I6, with accessories like water pump, air compressor and generator mounted on the back rather than forward, reducing the length of a I6 incredible 23.64 inches (60 cm), it is easy part of the engine compartment of the LR2.

With advanced, aluminum block, cylinder head and crankcase I6 still the best engine design. I6 is equipped with two overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder head and cam profile switching (CPS) and variable valve timing (VVT). A combination of high-mix low-end power smoothly and efficiently as possible.


I6 is also a different length of the routes of entry, which is adapted to optimize power and torque low and expensive. These technologies combine to produce 80 percent of the maximum torque throughout the entire usable rpm and 189 Nm is available between 1400rpm and 6400rpm. The engine uses Intelligent Power System Management (IPSM), and "smart charge" battery.

I6 engine was originally developed for Land Rover applications in mind and are designed to withstand dust, mud and water infiltration and run an acute angle of inclination.

Improving the design of both interior and exterior

The LR2's exterior facelift in 2011 with a whole new front bumper incorporating new front fog banks. There's a new grille glossy finish. The halogen projector headlights are new, as is the rear lights, which now has a clear lens and an inner black lens around the greater definition. Tailgate handle is now finished in the color and width of the signature panel is finished in Noble. Other body parts include color door handles, headlamp washer jets, mirrors and lower door panels front and rear bumpers are fully painted by default. Mirrors now have a window area 10 percent larger and really set the fresh style, there are also new 18 "(standard) and 19 (optional) alloy wheels. The choice of colors has also changed in 2011 with the addition of Kosrae green, blue and white Baltic Fuji.

In the cabin, there are two new styles of seating in a contemporary style offers a wider choice. Naples New Windsor, leather LUX package. These two new style to the difference between the levels of output. 6/4-way control system is serial and power seats with adjustable 8/6-way LUX Package.

New colorways courtesy of a revised interior design Ebony, Tan and Ivory, Ebony and Ivory like a door casings with PVC seams and contrast stitching Ebony Tan. Three new structure will be classified or item of silver, dark brown and black lacquer. This black lacquered finish (optional) is also transferred to the steering wheel switch pack.


At the upper end of the range option, the package comes with LUX Windsor ebony skin, Almond, Ivory or Tan colors Package includes deluxe seat more premium carpet 6.8 feed. All LR2S 2011 will receive a new instrument pack light and too contemporary.

The LR2 offers the safest possible environment for the occupants. The driving position provides good visibility from all corners of the vehicle and narrow pillars to ensure that visibility is not compromised. There are seven airbags: two shades, two front, two in the chest and knee bag for the driver as standard. The transverse engine mounting not only frees up space inside, but fall offers impressive performance, helping the LR2 achieve a 5 star Euro NCAP for adult occupant protection.

Terrain Response provides an incomparable driving dynamics

Terrain Response technology delivers the most sophisticated four-wheel drive to ensure the LR2 is equipped with all the surfaces you may encounter, in the sand on the track. Four settings are in the year 2011 catering to the general driving, slippery conditions such as grass, gravel or snow, mud and ruts and sand. Terrain Response also controls aid stability control and traction, such as Dynamic Stability Control (DSC), electronic traction control (ETC) and selected off-road ABS. It also participates in Hill Descent Control (HDC) are suitable for the land identified, and changes in the setting of the switching center to optimize the system electronic all-wheel drive terrain. In addition, Terrain Response includes electronic brake force distribution (EBD), Cornering Brake Control (CBC), Brake Assist (EBA), Roll Stability Control (RSC), Engine Drag Control (EDC) and Gradient Release Control (GRC).


The many functions of the site response is supported by high levels of body rigidity, which offers the best foundation for superior driving and handling characteristics and off-road capabilities. A wheel structure to the front subframe improves steering precision and protect the underside of the vehicle and four-point engine mounting stability of the aid engine refinement and improvement.

As with all Land Rover LR2 is rigorously everyone in the UK, USA, Middle East, Australia and Russia in temperatures ranging from -40 ° F to 95 ° and 122C percent humidity. The LR2 is also tested at an altitude of 13,100 feet