Here’s a glimpse of the new, fourth generation Range Rover.

Available with a thirsty-sounding V8 petrol engine, as well as a TDV6 and SDV8 diesel motors, it should be pretty quick.

Changes include a new all-aluminium monocoque body, which the company reckons has made it as much as 420kg lighter. That will hopefully improve fuel economy and CO2 emissions.

It also gets an updated version of Land Rover’s brainy “terrain response system”, which adjusts the vehicle driving characteristics according to the terrain.

The new Range Rover will be available to order from September.