The British company is presenting the facelift version 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 which comes with an upgraded diesel engine, improved performance and a 2WD drivetrain options.
The 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 comes with the 2.2-litre TD4 diesel engine that packs either 150 PS or 190 PS both versions returing 45.6 mpg (165 g CO2/Km) and 40.4 mpg (185 g CO2/Km) respectively. With the 150 PS version 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 performance figures remain the same while the 190 PS variant accelerates from 0 to 60mph in 8.7 seconds and has a top
speed of 118 mph. 
The most efficient model 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 is the 2WD eD4 which promises fuel consumption figures of 47.2 mpg and 158 grams of CO2 per Km and which will go on sale in UK starting from January 2011. 
As far as modifications to the exterior and interior the 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 features a redesigned front bumper, new body colours and new wheels while inside the cabin the main change is represented by the new instrument dials.
The 2011 Land Rover Freelander 2 price starts at 21,695 GBP for the 4WD TD4 S manual version and reaches 35,510 GBP for the 4WD SD4 HSE automatic. Pricing for the 2WD eD4 model will get announced later this year.
Land Rover press release :

  • New upgraded diesel engine available with either 150PS or 190PS
  • Stronger performance and improved efficiency throughout the range
  • The 2.2-litre 150PS TD4 manual has improved by 8 per cent to 165g/km
    with a corresponding improvement in fuel economy of 9 per cent to
  • The 2.2-litre 150PS TD4 and 190 PS SD4 automatics see a 14 per cent improvement in CO2 emissions to 185g/km and a matching fuel economy improvement delivering 40.4mpg
  • Revised exterior with new front bumper assembly plus three new colour schemes and new alloy wheel options
  • Interior tweaks with new instrument dials and Premium Pack option
  • Customers offered more choice with addition of 2WD eD4 derivatives
  • Frugal eD4 model capable of 47.2mpg and 158g/km CO2
  • Improved intelligent Stop/Start technology as standard on manual transmission

The 2011 Freelander 2 model range, on sale in the UK from the end of
September 2010, benefits from a new 2.2-litre diesel engine available
with either 150PS or 190PS outputs, a new look exterior plus interior
alterations including new instrument dials and a new Premium Pack
Land Rover’s new turbo diesel engine is available in the 4WD TD4
150PS model featuring a manual transmission and intelligent Stop/Start
technology as standard (an automatic gearbox without Stop/Start is
available as a cost option), or the new SD4 model delivering 190PS
(available in automatic transmission only).
This new engine is quieter, more efficient and both derivatives have
20Nm more torque than the outgoing engine. This means the 2011
Freelander 2 offers improved engine response and more mid-range strength
for towing. CO2 emissions have been significantly reduced to 165g/km and 185g/km respectively with corresponding fuel economy benefits.
However, despite reductions in consumption and emissions, there has
been no compromise in performance.  The flagship 190PS Freelander SD4
accelerates from rest to 60mph in 8.7 seconds with an increased top
speed of 118mph. The Freelander 150PS TD4 manual and automatic versions
match the performance of their predecessors.
As well as being upgraded from EU4 to EU5, both versions have a new
variable geometry turbocharger and have been extensively re-calibrated
to deliver new levels of power, meet emissions regulations and reduce CO2
emissions.  They are fitted with a catalysed diesel particulate filter
as standard and are now compatible with 10 per cent biodiesel rather
than 5 per cent.
As an addition to the Freelander 2 range, Land Rover will also offer
customers a 2WD derivative, available in the UK from January 2011. This
will be called the Freelander 2 eD4 and it will be the most efficient
Land Rover ever produced, with fuel consumption of 47.2mpg combined, and
CO2 emissions of just 158g/km.
"The new Freelander 2 eD4 moves Land Rover into the hugely popular
and fiercely contested two wheel-drive SUV market," said Land Rover
managing director Phil Popham. "The European market for two-wheel drive
SUVs represents 23 percent of the segment and we intend to compete
strongly here.
"A 2WD option is just one way in which we are developing our
vehicles’ efficiency whilst adding to the Land Rover range and expanding
our appeal to a broader group of customers.  We will continue to make
the ‘world’s finest all-terrain vehicles’ for those customers who
require 4WD but will also now offer an alternative."
This groundbreaking Freelander 2 eD4 is powered by the new 2.2-litre
turbo diesel engine, delivering 150PS.  It is only available with a
six-speed manual transmission featuring Stop/Start technology as
The exterior of the latest Freelander 2 gets a new look for 2011. 
Marked out by a new front bumper assembly incorporating new front fog
lap bezels, a new front grille finish, improved headlights and tail
lamps, new full width tailgate appliqué and new 18- or 19-inch alloy
wheel styles. There are three new colour schemes for 2011 Kosrae Green,
Baltic Blue and Fuji White.
Inside the cabin, Land Rover’s design team have revised the
instrument dials, and there are four new seat styles with the option of a
Premium Pack that includes Windsor Leather upholstery, an 8/6 way
electric seat, plus premium carpet mats and covered centre stowage.
The 4WD TD4 and SD4 models are on sale in the UK from the end of September.
Prices are as follows:

Derivative Drivetrain £OTR
150PS Manual    
TD4 S manual* 4WD £21,695
TD4 GS manual* 4WD £24,995
TD4 XS manual* 4WD £28,495
TD4 HSE manual* 4WD £32,995
190PS Automatic    
SD4 GS automatic 4WD £27,510
SD4 XS automatic 4WD £31,010
SD4 HSE automatic 4WD £35,510

*Automatic transmission available as £1,515 option
The 2WD eD4 model will be available in the UK from January 2011.  Prices will be announced later this year.

Source: Land Rover