Featuring three British-derived premium sport utility vehicles, Land Rover's 2004 model line continues to capture a combination of luxury and off-road capability. The 2004 Land Rover lineup is highlighted by two special edition vehicles. Based on the recently updated Range Rover, a black pearlescent finished Westminster includes 20-inch alloy wheels, two-level heat front and rear passenger seating as well as grand black wood. Production for the 2004 Range Rover Westminster model will be limited to roughly 300 examples. For 2004, the off-road control of the Land Rover Discovery is enhanced through the inclusion of a locking center differential. Restricted to 200 examples, the G4 Limited Edition version of the Land Rover Discovery is equipped with an Aero roof rail system, light bar and rear lamp guards as well as a unique interior trim. 2004 Land Rover Freelanders receive styling updates including reshaped headlights. The Land Rover Freelander range has been reduced from four to three trim levels for 2004 (a SE and HSE with four-door models and a three-door SE3).
A mid-size luxury SUV with seating for up to five passengers, the 2004 Land Rover Range Rover is a powerful vehicle on the road and off of it yet is also well-equipped with luxurious standard features.