2019 Enactor Estate Roamer (Series 4)
The Estate Roamer has been an icon among the luxury SUVs for two decades and to reaffirm its position on the top of the tree, Enactor is proud to present the Series 4 Estate Roamer. Building upon the foundations of the previous models, the Estate Roamer seeks to deliver the ultimate in luxury and off-road capability, with no compromises.
The clean and elegant design has been a long standing Estate Roamer tradition, with smooth lines, which still are imposing and distinctive enough to separate it from lesser models.
For the 2019 model, full LED headlights and tail lights are standard on all models, for a distinctive visual and lighting signature.
Building upon the solid basis of the previous models and with access to the vast R&D resources of the parent companies, the Estate Roamer has cutting edge technology designed to augment safety, driver comfort and ease to drive.
All the latest safety technology is available on the model, with Enactor’s AutoCruise allowing the car to follow the cars in front, steer within the lane and come to a complete stop, without any input from the driver, provided they keep the eyes on the road and the hands on the wheel. This means the Estate Roamer is capable of level 2 autonomous driving, perfect to take the strain away from long motorway journeys.
Meanwhile, all the off-road tech hasn’t been forgotten, with the car featuring self-levelling air suspension, with adaptive dampers and off-road biased reactive roll bars, which detect long vertical movement and need for wheel articulation and soften up accordingly, without compromising off-road capability or on-road driving behaviour.
In order to improve fuel economy and improve drivability, the car’s body is fully made of aluminium, meanwhile the steel monocoque has been worked upon, to improve structural rigidity and reduce weight.
The Series 4 Estate Roamer is available from launch with 2 engines in 3 states of tune. Erin’s 3.5 Twin-Turbo V6, in 300 hp guise, provides the entry-level of the range. Meanwhile, Bonham’s 3.0 Turbocharged Straight Six is presented in 2 states of tune, 380 and 500 hp.
All engines are mated exclusively to an 8 speed automatic gearbox with power being delivered to all four wheels. Power is split 50/50 as standard, but if the computer detects slip, power can be sent 100% to either axle and up to 75% to an individual wheel.
In keeping with the Estate Roamer tradition for luxury, this latest car offers a wide variety of luxury items. All 5 individual seats are covered in fine nappa leather, with 12-way electric adjustments for the front seat passengers and 4-way individual adjustments for each of the three seats in the rear. The car is equipped with two 13" displays, one to control the infotainment, the other showcasing the fully digital dials. Meanwhile, rear seat passengers also get individual touchscreens, which can use the in-car internet hotspot to access websites like Youtube and Netflix on the go.
The sound system uses a 19-speaker, 1550W Harman-Kardon surround sound system, engineered exclusively for use in the Estate Roamer, with active noise cancellation.
Enactor’s Adventure Key is also present. It consists of a waterproof wristband, that can be used to lock and unlock the car, while leaving the standard key safe and dry inside the car. Perfect for any outdoor excursion where taking a delicate and cumbersome key might prove risky.
Detailed stats and pricing coming on the Enactor thread very soon.
Pre-orders are available, with first deliveries in late summer, with production starting at the Enactor plant in Curdworth in May.