Land Rover Adds HSE Luxury and XS Specifications to Freelander 2
Mar 07, 2014 13:16
Land Rover announced that the Freelander will be available in two new specifications - the HSE Luxury and the XS. The former is available as the Freelander 2 and will be badged "Metropolis" in UK and Russia.
The HSE Luxury specification offers a series of exterior and interior upgrades, including body-colored sills, door handles and mirror caps and bright Atlas-coloured finish to the grille and vents. It also includes 19 inch Sparkle Silver wheels and a metal ingot-style HSE Luxury badge on the rear.
It has adjustable Windsor leather electric seats and Grand Black lacquer finish to the door pulls, steering wheel and interior finisher.
The XS Specification also consists of exterior and interior updates. It adds new Dark Atlas grille bars and side vents and 17 inch Anthracite alloy wheels as well as front fog lamps, body-colored sills, door handles and mirror caps.
On the inside there's Partial Leather with Dinamica seats featuring electric, 6/4 way adjustment, front and rear armrests and power lumbar support for the driver.
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