The 2010 Range Rover HSE starts with a base MSRP of $79,275. It is powered by a 5-liter 375 horsepower Aluminum Alloy V8 with Sequential Multi-Port Fuel Injection. Performance and handling technology includes the Terrain Response System for General / Snow / Mud / Sand / Rock Crawl. The Range Rover comes with a 6-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with Command Shift with Normal, Sport, and Manual Shift modes.
The drivetrain includes permanent four-wheel drive, four wheel electronic traction control, and two-speed Electronic Transfer Gearbox with Electronic Center Differential Shift on the Move Capability. Tires are 255/55R19 riding on 19 inch alloy wheels, stopped by power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes.
Dynamic system technologies include:
- All Terrain Dynamic Stability Control
- Anti Roll Mitigation
- Cornering Brake Control
- Electronic Brake Force Distribution
- Electronic Parking Brake
- Emergency Brake Assist
- Four-Channel All Terrain Anti-Lock Brakes
- Gradient Release Control
- Hill Descent Control
- Roll Stability Control
The 2010 Range Rover HSE has Electronic Air Suspension with Automatic Load Leveling and multiple modes including Access, Standard, and Off-Road. This is an independent front and rear suspension system. New features on the 2010 model include Adaptive Cruise Control with Brake Assist, push button start, a surround camera system, and upgraded powertrain, electronics, interior, and exterior. A 720-Watt, 14 speaker harman/kardon surround sound system is included.
Photos taken December 2009 at the San Francisco International Auto Show.