Land Rover’s flagship Range Rover is in line for a healthy performance boost in the next model year thanks to a pair of powertrain upgrades. A supercharged 4.2L V-8, currently employed by Jaguar Cars in the XJ sedan, headlines Range Rover’s engine options in ’06. The mill is capable of 400 hp, making it the strongest engine ever fitted in a product made by Land Rover, the British auto maker says. The $74,000 SUV’s base 4.4L engine gets an 8% horsepower bump, jumping from 282 hp to 305 hp ...

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