“Combine these enhancements with the contemporary style and luxury of the revised interior and it’s clear the Range Rover Sport remains the only choice as the quintessential SUV sports tourer.”
A comprehensive program of chassis system modifications has transformed the Range Rover Sport’s on-road dynamics, while also delivering a substantial improvement in its allterrain capabilities.
The introduction of new systems such as Adaptive Dynamics and the addition of the road-focused Dynamic program to the Terrain Response system help enhance agility and ride quality. Further improvements to the Terrain Response system ensure that off-road capability is kept at the expected class-leading level.
“The Range Rover Sport has generated a passionate following among customers who require the performance and refinement of a true sports tourer, but who value the formidable off-road ability of a Land Rover,” he said.
“Now that we have widened its range of capabilities even further, the following for the Range Rover Sport looks set to grow stronger.”
The Range Rover Sport is packed with features aimed at reducing fuel consumption and reducing CO2 emissions. Both the new 3.0 litre twin turbo diesel and direct injection petrol engines were designed from the outset to deliver class-leading fuel economy and improved low-end torque.
“The new petrol V8 engine is ideally suited to the sporting character of the Range Rover Sport, providing generous low-end torque and spirited performance,” he said.
“What’s more significant though, is that it is also incredibly clean, achieving impressive reductions in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in real world conditions.”
The new 10MY Range Rover Sport will go on sale in Australian late in the year with pricing, specification and model line up, still to be confirmed.
Step inside: The new Range Rover Sport is revised inside and out.