Lightly disguised Range Rover scooped on the Isle of Mull; £100k price tag; on sale next year. The all-new, fourth-generation Range Rover flagship will be launched in autumn 2012 – and insiders claim it will be the most radical and technically advanced car in the brand’s history.

These exclusive images – photographed by Autocar reader Greg McKenna on the Isle of Mull – show how Land Rover’s radical new range-topper will look when it replaces today’s Mk3 version, 11 years after the BMW-engineered model was first launched.

Codenamed L405, the Mk4 Range Rover picks up on the sporty styling of the new Evoque and, in so doing, drops a number of long-established Range Rover design cues….More at New Range Rover: revealing spy pics | Autocar

The current Land Rover Range Rover is equally capable of going up mountains, going down Munich's Maximilienstrasse and going across Kenya's Masaai Mara. The next Range Rover, which we've seen plenty of spy shots of, appears set to wade into territory completely new to it: a long-wheelbase version. A set of extra-lengthy rear doors have been spotted on one of the camouflaged prototypes navigating the English midlands, the expectation being that a longer Range Rover is being developed for markets like China that crave stretched models with ample leg room in the back seats.

The bigger back end will negate some of that 600-to-800-pound weight loss we've been hearing about for the next big Land Rover,…More at Long-wheelbase Range Rover in the works?