With added poise and agility, the Range Rover Sport is one of the more athletic models in the manufacturer's selection. It claims a deceptively tight turning circle, a braked towing capacity of 3.5 tonnes and an HDD premium navigation system.
In designing the model, Land Rover has been sure to add fresh, sportier features that help it live up to its name. The rear roof-mounted spoiler adds both dynamism and downforce, and the powered tailgate gives quick access to the 958-litre boot. Vibrant new 22" alloys complete the vehicle's exterior style. Within the cabin, eight-way adjustable front seats and full leather upholstery provide plenty of comfort. The leather-trimmed steering wheel is the central focus of the driving position, which has been specifically raised for an enhanced view of the road ahead. As for the built-in technology, the model boasts an Meridian audio system with up to 13 speakers and climatic control air conditioning.
There's a choice of both petrol and diesel engines for the Sport, from a 2.0 Petrol with 300BHP to a supercharged 5.0-litre petrol with 575bhp at SVR Level and for the first time ever, plug in hybrid. All engines work with an 8 speed automatic gearbox, and engine's fuel system uses a Diesel Particulate Filter and Adblu system to slash its CO2 emissions. The foundation of the vehicle's incredible performance is a new four-corner suspension system, which uses Land Rover's unique Terrain Response technology to make off-road and uneven surfaces feel much smoother.
As you might expect from a Land Rover model, the Range Rover Sport works just as hard to keep everyone safe. The vehicle’s rigid body is built with energy-absorbing crumple zones, and a full set of surrounding airbags is placed around the cabin as standard. When it’s not on the road, the Sport’s comprehensive alarm system uses tilt and motion sensors to stay secure.