A 2014 Range Rover long wheelbase prototype was grabbed on camera by our spy photographers while undergoing some last-minute testing.

A 2014 Range Rover long wheelbase prototype was grabbed on camera by our spy photographers while undergoing some last-minute testing.

The Range Rover LWB is slowly starting to lose its camouflage as we get closer to a possible public debut in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Packing significantly extended rear doors, the model's overall length is expected to grow by around 15 cm which means rear passengers will enjoy additional legroom and most likely will sit on reclining seats with built-in massage functions.

We don't expect any surprises in terms of engine lineup as this will be carried over from the standard model, including the 3.0-liter V6 and 4.4-liter V8 diesels which will be joined by the 5.0-liter V8 supercharged gasoline power unit.

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