The 2013 Range Rover has been losing some of its camouflage, so the folks at PS-Garage whipped up some new renderings of the redesigned crossover.

The 2013 Range Rover has been losing some of its camouflage, so the folks at PS-Garage whipped up some new renderings of the redesigned crossover.

Instantly recognizable, the picture shows the model will have an evolutionary design with an Evoque-inspired front fascia, restyled mirrors and new taillights. While it's just an artist's interpretation of how the model will look, most of the details appear accurate so expect the production version to closely mirror the rendering.

As we have previously reported, the Range Rover is expected to ride on an aluminum-intensive platform that was co-developed with Jaguar. It could enable the model to weigh 400 kg (882 lbs) less than its predecessor.

Engine options are expected to carryover, so expect the usual suspects including a supercharged 5.0-liter V8 with upwards of 510 PS (375 kW / 503 hp).

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