August 23, 2007 The 2008 Range Rover Vogue 08MY luxury SUV features a number of fresh new features as standard headed by the introduction of four-zone air conditioning option, Bluetooth phone connectivity functions, a redesigned rear seat armrest providing extra stowage space, a total of seven real wood veneers to choose from, two new exterior colors and updated instrument panel.
The introduction of four-zone air conditioning option which enables rear seat passengers to control their individual heating and ventilation, as well as quicker pull down of temperature. The unit contains its own heater, evaporator and blower motor and is mounted in the center console.
Now standard across the range is enhanced Bluetooth phone connectivity functions. The system now facilitates Bluetooth phonebook transfer to the audio unit so numbers can be recalled via the vehicle controls and steering wheel.
A redesigned rear seat armrest provides extra stowage space (including a dedicated location for the rear seat entertainment remote control) and there is additional leather trim on the heating and ventilation unit and center console.
There are now a total of seven real wood veneers to choose from, all sourced from sustainable forests, and additional wood veneer elements have been applied to the rear of the center console.
The attention to detail extends to new tread-plates and revised graphics on the touch-screen and instruments. A new interior color becomes available, called Storm, as well as two new exterior colors, Alaska White and Lucerne Green, and a fresh set of "designers' choices" for recommended interior and exterior combinations.
According to Land Rover Australia some changes are major, like the introduction of the TDV8 engine earlier this year, while others are about the detail, such as those coming in for 2008.
For the 08MY Range Rover Vogue Australian pricing remains unchanged for the Supercharged, however the TDV8 & TDV8 Luxury models both gain minimal price increases:
Range Rover Vogue 08MY recommended retail pricing:
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