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    Land Rover has shared U.S. pricing information for the 2013 Range Rover. While the Brits may be forking over more than $110,000 for a Rangie, buyers stateside will need to come up with $83,500 (*including destination). A top-of-the-line Autobiography edition of the Range Rover will set you back $130,950. That's an increase of $3,250 versus the current base Range Rover, and a jump of $4,285 for the Autobiography trim.

    Now that you've seen the photos of and read our deep dive into the 2013 Range Rover, no doubt a few of you will want to know just how much lucre you'll need to put one in your five-car garage. The number you're looking for is £71,295 ($114,140 U.S., but that includes Britain's hefty VAT and other taxes) for the 3.0-litre Vogue TDV6 diesel on the lowest rung.

    The opportunity to succeed an icon doesn't come along all that often for automakers, and when it does, you'd best make a big fuss about it. That marketing message was well received by team Land Rover, who hosted a gala shindig for their 2013 Range Rover reveal in London on Friday night. A brace of the new SUVs rolled out to the assembled throngs at the Royal Ballet School in London's Richmond Park, with the lead Landie wading dramatically through a deep pool of water and onto the main stage as k

    This all-new 2013 model might just be the SUV archetype of the future.

    This all-new 2013 model might just be the SUV archetype of the future.

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