2019 Range Rover Vogue Interior Review, Infotainment System Features

The 2019 Range Rover doesn't have the inner panache of a few competitors, but it doesn't skimp on luxury. Premium soft-touch materials cover virtually every nook and cranny of the interior, and both rows of seats are spacious and supportive. Many competitors have more cargo space and more user-friendly infotainment systems, however.


The Range Rover is a 2-row SUV with five seats (four in models equipped with the Executive Class Seating package). Most luxury large SUVs have three rows and seven or more seats. Leather upholstery, heated front seats and power-adjustable front seats are standard.
The air-conditioned front seats, the heated and ventilated rear seats, the front seats with additional power adjustment, the front and rear seats, the refrigerated center console and the heated steering wheel are available. Long-wheelbase models offer 22-way adjustable rear seats and more than 7 inches of extra rear-seat legroom.

Front-seat occupants are treated with highly adjustable, sumptuous seats that make it easy to find an appropriate driving or driving position, and the driver enjoys a commanding view of the road. The rear seats are equally inviting. They are comfortable and spacious enough for three adults, and the long-wheelbase models, in particular, have ample rear accommodation.
There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the installation of child safety seats. The lower anchors are hard to get to, and the anchors can be hard to find. On the bright side, the seats have enough space for most types of car seats to fit easily.

Interior features

The standard features of the Range Rover include tri-zone automatic climate control, rear view camera, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, front and rear parking sensors, and the Touch Pro Duo infotainment system with two 10-inch touch screens, navigation, 13-speaker Meridian sound system, satellite radio, HD Radio, Bluetooth, USB ports, and Wi-Fi hot spot.

Available features include a panoramic sunroof, quad-zone automatic climate control, Land Rover's Activity Key, rear-seat entertainment system, 19-and 29-speaker Meridian audio systems, head-up display, driver drowsiness monitoring, traffic signal recognition, surround-view camera, adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, lane keep assist, rear cross-road alert, clear exit monitor.
There is room for improvement in the infotainment system. Sometimes the touch screen lags, and the interface seems to be unduly complex. Some common functions are buried under several layers of menus, making them difficult to access.

Infotainment system: Touch and Touch Pro

Touch screen features:

At the center of your dashboard you’ll find a clear and responsive graphical 8" Touchscreen that responds directly to touch and swipe gestures.

Navigation system- with 2D and 3D maps.

High-quality sound system.

Head-up display.

DAB Radio.

Touch Pro screen features:

10" touchscreen which is highly responsive. You can touch, swipe, pinch-to-zoom to control maps, media and other car functions.

Navigation Pro - which learns your regular routes to update you with information, traffic and ETA.

Meridian™ sound system - which provides quality audio experience for all passengers.

Online media - which links your premium Deezer or Tuneln account so you can acces your favorite music without a smartphone.

Virtual instrument  display - with advanced functionality and four pre-set display themes, or full 3D map view.

Digital Tv - which can be viewed from the both, the front and the rear seats.

Rear seat entertanment - 2 independet 8 or 10" screen in the front headrest with wireless headphones and remote.
Dual view display - which allows driver and passenger view different things on the same screen.

•Phone Operation, bluetooth connection - you can make or receive phone calls easily, using the touch screen and steering wheel controls, or the voice system.