As we've been following the development of the big daddy Range Rover, we've so far ONLY seen exterior snap shots, video and a whole lot of swirly camouflage.
But, thankfully, today that will change as you can see below, the very FIRST interior spy shot has hit the 'net.
Looking at the updated interior, which has minimal camouflage here and there, it's clear that many of the controls will remain in a similar position; however, the packaging has been modified. Note the Evoque-like navigation set up with buttons flanking the main screen?
Two chunky bits of metal from the center stack meet the blocky wood console in a very masculine and sturdy way.
From what we can see, it's clear that there will be a new steering wheel and a TFT display for the instrument cluster. Considering Range Rover's implementation of numerous cameras, this is a necessity at this stage.
What other little Easter eggs can YOU see?
While the basic design themes remain the same, the wooden stanchions that supported the centre console have been truncated and turned into aluminium...
...The TFT instrument panel and the iPad-style console screen are necessary advances, but the rest of the redesign seems to centre on giving the cabin more of an executive-car feel.