The new Range Rover is a sight to behold. The styling is cleaner and more modern than just about anything on the road, and its smooth lines make the fancy SUV look like it drove off a concept car show floor. The latest change includes the addition of a 606-horsepower SV model with a 4.4-liter twin turbo V8. The big SUV’s 0-60 mph time will be around 4 seconds, which is astounding for something this size. The new Range Rover will also get an updated Pivi Pro infotainment system with new controls, as well as Amazon Alexa voice control. The SUV will also get a new adaptive cruise control system known as Country Road assist that will handle smaller two-lane roads and reduce speed as it detects curves in the road. Plus, there’s a new personalization process known as SV Bespoke, and it will allow customers to customize their Range Rovers to their heart’s content. Buyers can go through the 7-step process in person at the dealership or online. Trim, paint, and even precious metal choices abound.