Luxury car enthusiasts are probably eager to get their hands on the 2013 Range Rover. When the new car hits the U.S. market, it will already have a waiting list that lasts for several months.
"We are asking for as many vehicles as we can get," said Chris Marchand, vice president of Jaguar Land Rover North America, as quoted by The New York Daily News. "The vehicle is sold out for six months to a year."
While buyers can order their model at any time, they'll likely have to wait until next year to receive their model. The U.S. is the biggest market for the car, and New York City is the single biggest urban area for sales, so the manufacturer has turned its attention to providing as many units as possible, the news source reports. However, almost all of the offerings will be the premium model instead of the standard in an effort to meet the high-class demands.
Even the high price tag, which is upwards of $80,000, hasn't deterred the masses from chasing the new model. AutoBlog reports that Land Rover is confident the 2013 model will produce more sales than last year's, and the wait list could grow even more as word gets out about the superior vehicle maintenance and driving performance.