The 1998 Range Rover featured the addition of a new premium Harmon Kardon sound system, a signature stitch pattern for the upholstery and a unique and leather-wrapped shifter knob. For 1999, Ranger Rover added new color options for the interior and exterior, and also added traction control and side airbags as standard features. The 2000 Range Rover received various new options, offered as add-ons to buyers. In 2001, a more powerful 4.6-liter V8 engine was made standard. GPS arrived to the 4.6 HSE model as a standard feature, too. Two new body colors were added to the lineup as well: Oslo Blue and Bonatti Grey. The 2002 Range Rover rolled out the all-new Westminster special edition. In 2003, the newly redesigned Range Rover was introduced, the first new edition in over 11 years. It offered more interior space, a more powerful engine and a completely overhauled interior and exterior design. In 2004, Range Rover offered an ultra-premium leather interior, 14-way powered seats, a variety of different optional upgrades that were new, and unveiled the signature Westminster Edition Range Rover.
The 2005 Range Rover boasted a new GPS and audio system that utilized fiber optic systems, as well as offering Bluetooth integration and a new 14-speaker, 700-watt Harmon Kardon sound system. For 2006, new engines that were designed by Jaguar replaced the BMW engine. Minor revisions to the interior and exterior style were made, and a backup camera, parking assist and adaptive headlights debuted as premium features. New interior updates, a redesigned climate control system and ventilated front seats debuted in the 2007 Range Rover as standard features.
Other updates included rear slip differential and a 4WD system that offered Terrain Response. 2008 yielded no substantial changes. In 2009, a few trim levels received updates and an Autobiography package with wood and signature leather was introduced. In 2010, more powerful engines were added to the lineup, and a new gauge cluster replaced an aging one, with various other features receiving nominal updates. The 2011 Range Rover offered minor changes to options, including the addition of a 19-speaker audio system and tweaks being made to the ascent/descent feature.
No major changes were made to the 2012 model year. 2013 saw a redesigned Range Rover that offered a completely new interior and exterior design with an aluminum body and an eight-speed transmission (automatic). A supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine graced the 2014 Range Rover, doing away with the 5.0-liter V8 from the previous year. The Supercharged LWB model was introduced, and minor changes were made to various packages and trims.