The redesigned Range Rover Sport has been unveiled, thanks to all-aluminium bodywork, the new new luxury S.U.V. is 420kg lighter than the current car. The Range Rover Sport is the third Range Rover model introduced in two years, joining the 2013 Range Rover and the Range Rover Evoque.
That’s the new all new second generation of the Range Rover Sport from the British car maker, a part of India’s Tata Group, James Bond actor Daniel Craig, showing off the exterior’s super-sleek design and some sweet changes inside.
The 2014 Range Rover Sport will be available in four different models: the Sport SE, Sport HSE, Sport Supercharged, and the Sport Autobiography. Prices start at $63,495 for the SE V6 model and increase steadily from there to $93,295 for the Sport Autobiography V8 model.
Range Rover Sport SE: $63,495 3-Liter Supercharged V6 340hp
Range Rover Sport HSE: $68,495 3-Liter Supercharged V6 340hp
Range Rover Sport Supercharged: $79,995 5-Liter Supercharged V8 510hp
Range Rover Sport Autobiography: $93,295 5-Liter Supercharged V8 510hp
As you can imagine, the 2014 Range Rover boasts a variety of safety features, all the following of which are available across all the models: Roll Stability Control, Dynamic Stability Control, Electronic Traction Control, Trailer Stability Assist, Hill Start Assist, Hill Descent Control, Gradient Release Control, Engine Drag Troque Control, Antilock Braking System, Emergency Brake Lights, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Corner Brake Control, Emergency Brake Assist, and Electronic Park Brake.
The Sport will come with one of two engines. The base V-8 of the previous model is gone, replaced by a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6 that makes 340 horsepower. Despite having less power than the older base V-8 models, the substantial weight savings mean the new V-6 model is faster.DON’T MISS: Hit List
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