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Range Rover HSE Atop Cadillac Mountain in Maine.


From the first place in the U.S. to see the morning sun to an oceanfront peninsula, this drive showcases the timeless beauty of Maine’s coast.

    • The Journey: Cadillac Mountain to Schoodic Point, ME
      Distance: 96 miles
      Elevation Range: 1,529 feet to sea level
      Vehicle: Range Rover HSE Td6

      In a departure from the other drives in this collection, this one moves from a high elevation to a lower one. Tourists gather on Cadillac Mountain, the first place in the U.S. to see the sunrise and the starting point for this journey. Leaving the crowd behind, and engaging Hill Descent Control (HDC®) down Cadillac Mountain, the route weaves through mountains and lakes to Park Loop Road and Otter Creek.

      Heading south on Stanley Brook Road in Acadia National Park, the road leads to one of many carriage-road bridges. Built in the early 20th century, they were designed with beauty and functionality in mind. With twin-needle-stitched leather upholstery, polished metal finishers and responsibly sourced wood veneers, the Range Rover exhibits a similar level of artisanship.

      Taking in the view of the forest from the retractable roof, it’s easy to see why people find solace here.

      Continuing the drive through Maine’s backroads, Electronic Air Suspension helps smooth out the curves and bumps along the way. The advanced 254 hp diesel engine has the power required, yet it’s as quiet and smooth as a gasoline engine, creating a calm environment to enjoy the road ahead.

      Lighthouse Road, unsurprisingly, leads to the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, a suitable spot for a pause in the drive. Like the Range Rover, it is a place both beautiful in its simplicity and timeless in its design.

      This drive finishes at Schoodic Point, which is, according to the InControl® compass feature, at sea level. Looking west, the sun sets over Cadillac Mountain, the starting point of the 96-mile journey. The light show is beyond beautiful. Paired with the Range Rover, it makes an impressive scene.




      Immediately identifiable, the classic, refined lines of the Range Rover give it a commanding presence. New premium LED headlights further enhance its classic, understated look.


      Inside the cabin of the Range Rover, superlative craftsmanship and attention to detail are everywhere. To make your Range Rover a reflection of your personal tastes, choose from a myriad of available features, including Executive Class Seating for the rear-seat passengers, which features one-touch recline.


      The Touch Pro Duo infotainment system features two 10” high-definition screens with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, along with 4G Wi-Fi Hotspot# to help keep you connected and entertained.

†These systems are not a substitute for driving safely with due care and attention and will not function under all circumstances, speeds, weather and road conditions, etc. Driver should not assume that these systems will correct errors of judgment in driving.

#The Wi-Fi Hotspot is intended for passenger use only. InControl features may require an additional subscription with separate terms and conditions.