With the new Range Rover Sport, Land Rover brings a whole host of new technologies to its flagship sports SUV. Visually, it is more of a gentle development than the previous model.
The front end is in Velar style with thin LED lights, but the front apron looks more powerful. In the background, thin LED headlights with very soft edges are also used.
The cockpit looks very modern and has a 13.7-inch speedometer and a 13.1 ″ touch screen that is installed free of charge on the central dashboard. Updates for “Program-Over-The-Air” are also possible.
The suspension of new strong air and the amount of adjustable air spring should also provide a lot of comfort. Terrain Response System 2 is used for full off-road capability.
The new Range Rover Sport will also be available with a variety of engines. For diesel fans there are 3.0 liter 6-cylinder in power levels with 249 hp (183 kW), 300 hp (221 kW) and 350 hp (258 kW).
When it comes to gasoline engines, you can choose between a 3.0-liter 6-cylinder with 360 hp (265 kW) or 400 hp (294 kW) and a 4.4-liter V8 and 530 hp (390 kW). The top model runs from 0 to 100 km / h in just 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 250 km / h.
Alternatively, two hybrid plug-in models are also available. Here the 3.0-liter 6-cylinder is supported by an electric motor. Output is 440 hp (324 kW) for P440e and 510 hp (375 kW) for P510e.
A net capacity of 31.8 kWh should enable up to 113 km of power. From 2024, only the electric version will come on the market.
Range Rover Sport starts at 101,042 euros as P440e S, the cheapest diesel is D250 SE for 109,099 euros.