Earlier this week, Land Rover revealed the next-generation Range Rover Sport. The SUV is now available on the carmaker’s Indian website, with a starting price of Rs 1.64 crore (ex-showroom).
The Range Rover Sport is available in four trim levels in India: SE, HSE, Autobiography, and First Edition. Land Rover is expected to open orders later this year, with deliveries beginning in November 2022.
The MLA-Flex architecture underpins the 2023 Range Rover Sport. The SUV looks familiar, but it has a longer wheelbase than the previous model. The front end retains a sporty appearance, albeit with a slimmer radiator grille and headlamps. The minimalist design extends to the side. The door handles are now flush-fitting.
On the back of the car, a lot has changed. The slim LED tail lamps blend in with the bodywork. A black skid plate & twin rectangular exhaust tips adorn the rear bumper.
The new Range Rover Sport features a 13.1-inch touchscreen with the Pivi Pro infotainment system, a 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster, and a new 3-spoke steering wheel on the inside. A ClearSight IRVM, 22-way power-adjustable seats with massage function, dynamic air suspension, and Terrain Response 2 with adaptive off-road cruise control are also standard on the SUV.
The new Range Rover Sport comes with a 3.0-liter, six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine, and an eight-speed automated transmission. This engine produces 345bhp and 700Nm and can go from 0 to 100kmph in 5.9 seconds, with a top speed of 234kmph. The P440e receives a 2,996cc six-cylinder petrol engine coupled to a huge battery pack with an EV-only triple-digit travel range. However, Land Rover may potentially offer alternative engine options, such as PHEV and V8 models.
The New Range Rover Sport is as below
|Dynamic SE D350||Rs 1.64 crore|
|Dynamic HSE D350||Rs 1.71 crore|
|Autobiography D350||Rs 1.81 crore|
|First Edition D350||Rs 1.84 crore|