With all the attention being given to the new Land Rover LR3 (Motor Trend's 2005 Sport/Utility of the Year) and the new Range Rover Sport, the Range Rover was in jeopardy of being ignored. To make sure that wouldn't happen, Land Rover decided to use the same supercharged Jaguar motor and six-speed transmission used in its high-performance sedans (and the Range Rover Sport) and offer it in the bigger and heavier Range Rover. Rated in its current form, the 4.2-liter DOHC supercharged V-8 produces 400 horsepower and more than 360 lb-ft of torque. Combined with the six-speed automatic transmission, this will be the most powerful and fuel efficient Range Rover to date. And to keep its premium luxury status, there are several interior and exterior design upgrades to keep this model fresh.