Land Rover today revealed the latest version of the armoured Range Rover Sentinel. Designed and engineered by Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations, the updated version is now more powerful and refined and gets all-terrain capability along with the latest in-occupant protection features. Sentinel can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 10.4 seconds. 2019 version carrying more than one tonne of armour plate and glass.
The latest Range Rover Sentinel comes in with a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine that churns out 375 bhp of power. This is 39 bhp higher than what the V6 mill in the outgoing model produced. The company claims that the updated vehicle can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 10.4 seconds and touch a maximum speed of 193 kmph. All this can be achieved with the 2019 version carrying more than one tonne of armour plate and glass.
At the core of Range Rover Sentinel is a protection cell, built in accordance with full ballistic and blast certification. The enhanced body is engineered to face modern and unconventional forms of attack, including improvised explosive device (IED) fragmentation blasts.
Range Rover Sentinel is fitted with armoured glass in order to help protect occupants from an attack. Further security systems include the option for a specially configured front window that drops a maximum of 150 mm for document delivery, a public address system allowing occupants to address people outside the vehicle without leaving it, siren and emergency lighting packs.