It’s based on the Dynamic trim, but comes with a special body kit, and in one of three exclusive metallic colours – grey, white and a dramatic signature blue supposedly inspired by the turquoise lakes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Inside, there’s grained Ebony leather on the seats with contrasting stitching, a brushed satin metal effect treatment on the dashboard and console, and under the hood there’s a 180hp 2-liter turbodiesel engine calling the shots. It’s good for a top speed of 195km/h and a fuel economy of 5.1l/100km on the combined cycle.
Range Rover says it has built more than 600,000 examples of its smallest model, with nearly 18,000 units sold internationally in March 2017 alone.
Power comes from the same 2.0-litre turbo diesel four-cylinder unit used in the standard Td4 models and produces 132kW and 430Nm and is mated to Range Rover’s nine-speed automatic transmission.