Land Rover debuted the LR4 model in 2010, dubbing it as the replacement for the aging LR3 fleet. It lauded a luxurious and redesigned interior, robust off-road capabilities and a far more powerful 5.0-liter V8 engine that delivered 375 horsepower. The 2011 LR4 offered an updated adjustable terrain system and some minor changes to various trim levels. In 2012, the LR4s GPS and audio systems were improved. The 2013 LR4 offered a new exterior trim blackout package and also featured new colors for the interior, new trim finishes and a new package called Extended Leather.