New Land Rover Range Rover Sport

The new Range Rover Sport shares the same MLA-Flex platform as the fifth-generation Land Rover Range Rover meaning it will arrive with electrified options at launch followed by a fully electric derivative in 2024.

New Land Rover Range Rover Sport

There’ll be two plug-in hybrid options, three mild hybrids and a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 to choose from at first. The most powerful PHEV option will produce 503bhp and will go from 0-62mph in just 5.4 seconds. A 38.2kWh battery also allows the PHEVs to travel 70 miles on a single charge.

All of the new Range Rover Sports will come with all-wheel-drive as standard and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.

Jaguar Land Rover continues to push its minimalist and innovative styling on this latest SUV. A three-lined design means that a sweeping roofline, angled waistline and curved lower line glide across the vehicle to converge at the rear.

Seamless windows and door handles fit cleanly into the design too, with slim LED headlights that wrap alongside the curved bonnet.

On the inside, luxury is at the forefront of the design and the clean minimalist lines of the exterior continue within the cabin. Drivers will be met by a 13.1-inch infotainment screen and a 13.7-inch digital display behind the steering wheel.

On the inside, luxury is at the forefront of the design and the clean minimalist lines of the exterior continue within the cabin. Drivers will be met by a 13.1-inch infotainment screen and a 13.7-inch digital display behind the steering wheel.

A wheelbase that's 75mm longer than previous models provides a little more legroom in the back and a 29-speaker Meridian Soundsystem comes with noise-cancelling technology fitted into the headrests to keep road noises out.

When the latest Range Rover Sport goes on sale later this year, it will carry a £79,125 price tag.

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