Land Rover Vogue LSE (1993)
Introduced in 1993 the Long Wheelbase Range Rover or LSE. This was basically the same as standard vehicle, but was, 108" wheelbase as
compared to the 100" wheelbase of the standard Range Rover. The extra space was put between the front and rear seats and gave the LWB Range Rover a huge rear passenger area with lots of leg room. The driver's area and the cargo area remained virtually unchanged. The extra weight of the LWB Range Rover meant it had to have more power, so Rover reworked the Rover V8 and got 4.2 liters out of it and installed it in the LWB versions. The standard version Range Rover still retained the 3.9 liter engine. For the 1993 model year Range Rovers gained traction control that utilized the ABS system.
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