Even though it won't hit the streets for another couple of years, the next-generation Land Rover Range Rover is already out on the prowl in development mule stage. Thus, we can't tell what sort of new design elements will be found on the next-generation Range Rover, though the larger, bolted-on wheel arches give off the impression that the next SUV will likely be slightly wider than the one currently on sale.
Expect the usual crop of eight-cylinder powerplants to be available in both naturally aspirated and supercharged variants. There's also been talk of a possible Range Rover Hybrid – a vehicle that would likely make its debut in the SUV's next generation. Our spies are calling this Range Rover a 2013 model, so look for it to debut sometime in 2012. Click through our high-res image gallery to see the full set of spy shots.