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There’s a company making new rear lights for the Range Rover already

Not happy with the Range Rover’s new derrière? Glohh is here to help

Published: 02 Nov 2021
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There was a whole lot of design chat going on when the new, fifth-generation Range Rover was unveiled last week. We lost count of the times we heard the word ‘minimalism’ mentioned.

Still, you can’t please everyone can you? And so, Brit company Glohh has already unveiled some new lighting for the rear end. Quick work, folks.

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We must warn you though, there’s a whole lot more design speak going on here. 

“The concept light signature is designed to deliver a symmetrical impression of light by implementing a horizontal light strip across the entire length of the tailgate, creating a clear design structure and an unmistakable road presence,” says Glohh.

“With the introduction of a Mood Matrix System (MMS), a user-defined display that allows you to change the identity of the GF-1 rear light at will, customer’s will be given the choice of three light signatures, each revitalising the rear view of the Range Rover with a unique design depth reflecting the contemporary impression exhibited by the vehicle’s front.”

In real-world terms, that translates as something like: “You can choose what lights you want on the back from three options.”

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Thoughts on the new look, Internet?

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