Design The Range Rover Sport’s distinctive silhouette features a continuous, rising waistline from front to rear combined with a roofline that slopes rearwards, finishing with a fastback rear tailgate. For the latest models, a lower, sportier stance is complemented by revised front and rear bumpers. Inside, the cabin has an architectural quality with strong, minimalist lines and surfaces clad in high quality materials.
Performance There are two diesels in the range – a 3.0 V6 that produces 306HP and a 4.4 V8 that produces 339HP, with torque figures of 700Nm and 740Nm respectively. Petrol models include the P300, P400, P525 (all numbers refer to power output in HP) and the range-topping V8 Supercharged 575HP. Latest to join the range is a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) that allies a 2.0-litre 300Hp petrol engine to a powerful electric motor, yielding a combined 404HP and an EV-only range of around 31 miles.
Technology The Range Rover Sport sits close to the pinnacle of the Range Rover family and is packed with high-tech features. Models include HSE, HSE Dynamic, HST, Autobiography Dynamic and SVR. All models come with Touch Pro Duo infotainment, 10” dual high-definition touchscreens that allow you to view information while accessing other features at the same time. The interactive driver display is a 12.3” screen that can be configured with navigation, phone and media as well as speed and rpm.
Safety Range Rover Sport comes with an array of safety systems as standard, including Lane Departure Warning, Emergency Braking (which can intervene autonomously if it senses a potential collision) and Dynamic Stability Control. Further options include Adaptive Cruise Control and High-Speed Emergency Braking. The Drive Pack and Drive Pro pack bring together multiple options to make journeys even more safe and relaxing.

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