2023 Land Rover Range Rover Review: Running Out of Room for Improvement

At first, I felt the 2023 Range Rover's design was already too similar to that of its predecessor,   

but having a close look changed my mind. In person, the new model is amazing.

On the outside, there isn't a single excessive design aspect;

the body panels seem to be as smooth as glass and free of distracting details. The way the Range's trademark vertical taillights now blend smoothly into  

the tailgate's horizontal black components gives the redesigned rear end the appearance of a frickin' spacecraft.

My tester's $7,450 satin-finish gold paint contrasts nicely with the blacked-out trim ($1,000),

black roof ($1,000), and 23-inch black alloy wheels ($900).