Car review: Fifth-generation Range Rover is a luxe barge extraordinaire

The new Range Rover is slightly longer but narrower than its predecessor. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - Long before sport utility vehicles (SUVs) became mainstream, Range Rover was already bashing through jungles, crossing rivers and conquering hostile terrain.

More than 1.2 million Range Rovers have been sold since the Land Rover sister brand was first launched in 1970, with the outgoing fourth-generation accounting for 500,000.

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