Land Rover was busy in 2014. It began with the LR2, which received a new touchscreen interface, an updated satellite radio system and new (optional) 17-speaker Meridian sound system. Meanwhile, the LR4 got a new powertrain with a supercharged V6 engine and eight-speed transmission (automatic), an updated four-wheel-drive system and a new Meridian sound system, as well as a collision mitigation system and parking camera. The Range Rover was in for some major changes, too. These included: a new supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine, a new stop-start system, and an updated interior and exterior styling with better EPA ratings all-around. Last on the list was the Evoque, which got a new nine-speed automatic transmission system, an automated parking system, new side mirrors and a sliding center armrest.