The Land Rover designers took the opportunity to introduce new upholstery themes and finishes in the interior.
With a lighter, sturdier and more sustainable monocoque chassis, while nevertheless able to withstand the same off-road impacts as all Land Rover vehicles, the new Range Rover Sport restyling has done little to change the exterior looks. A more tapered grille, new LED headlamps, front bumper with revamped air intakes, redesigned rear bumpers, a new roof spoiler and more options for 21 and 22 inch alloy wheels are the most noticeable changes.
In the interior however, the Range Rover Sport reveals more refinement and technology. It now features two 10-inch touch screens that are part of the infotainment Touch Pro Duo system. The lower screen is used to control different systems such as climate control, with a new 12-inch digital instrument panel and a new 10-inch HUD (Head-Up Display) in colour added. Another fascinating detail is the fact that you can operate the electric sun roof through gestures.
The Land Rover designers took the opportunity to introduce new upholstery themes and finishes in the interior. 10-colour ambient lighting, as well as the Nanoe air ionisation system, which ensures a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere, is also available. There are also driver assistance systems and InControl features.
In terms of mechanics, and before the arrival of the new Range Rover Sport P400e - the plug-in hybrid version -, this model is available with Ingenium four-cylinder V6 and V8 diesel engines and V6 and V8 diesel engines.