Land Rover has released full details about the new range-topping Metropolis Trim for the outgoing Freelander, following an announcement made in early March.
Land Rover has released full details about the new range-topping Metropolis trim for the outgoing Freelander, following an announcement made in early March.
Land Rover is about to pull the plug on the Freelander in order to make room for next year's Discovery Sport but not before rolling out a more premium Metropolis trim that costs 35,995 GBP. It's based on the HSE Lux trim level but comes with additional goodies such as a panoramic roof, Windsor leather seats and a Meridian audio system.
In addition, the vehicle has received 19-inch alloys, reversing camera, touchscreen satellite navigation system, better carpets, glossy black cabin trim and a metallic exterior paint. The Freelander Metropolis can be had exclusively with a 2.2-liter SD4 turbodiesel engine producing 188 bhp (140 kW).
The aforementioned Discovery Sport is scheduled to go on sale in 2015 and is billed as an "all-new premium compact SUV" which will draw its styling cues from the Discovery Vision concept.