Auto review: The 2022 Range Rover is a sublime lesson in modernist reductive luxury design

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Tribune News Service

The problem with American luxury SUVs isn’t the lack of luxury; it’s that they don’t always go far enough. The opulence is there, but it’s particularly middlebrow, or what a middlebrow customer thinks a sophisticated type might want in their leather-lined wagon. None of them feel impeccably finished. That’s something you can’t say about Land Rover’s Range Rover, a car that, confusingly, is both a model and a sub-brand. Land Rover offers the Range Rover in SE, Autobiography, First Edition and SV models with either a short or long wheelbase. All models seat four or five; three-row versions are o…

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