New Range Rover Sport (2014) price and specs
Land Rover has revealed the price and specifications of its new Range Rover Sport
Prices and specs for the all-new Range Rover Sport have been announced, starting at £51,500 for the TDV6 diesel SE.
The Sport follows the smaller Evoque and range-topping Range Rover flagship, to complete the brand's three-model line-up. It aims to mix driver enjoyment with unrivalled luxury and exceptional ride comfort.
Land Rover claims the new Sport will be the fastest and most agile Land Rover ever, while the standard equipment across all specification levels reflect “the luxury and premium quality that are intrinsic to Range Rover”. The SE model gets leather seats, automatic lights and wipers, DAB radio, an electrically operated bootlid and stop-start technology. Also included are separate driver and passenger climate controls, heated front seats, sat-nav, self-leveling air suspension and Say-What-You-See voice control.
The HSE model adds even more equipment, including 20-inch alloy wheels, 14-way electrically adjustable front seats, heated rear seats, a rear-view camera and aluminium detailing. A heated windscreen, electrically adjustable steering column and gearbox paddles on the steering wheel. Prices start from £59,995.
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Adding to the SE and HSE equipment list, the HSE Dynamic gets stainless steel pedals, a gloss black front grille, 21-inch alloys and illuminated tread plates on the door sill. It also gets a low ratio gearbox for improve off-road ability. Prices for the HSE Dynamic start at £64,995.
Top of the range Autobiography Dynmaic cars start at £74,995 and get the most extensive equipment list, though. Among the standard gadgetry is configurable mood lighting, a Meridian Surround Sound Sound system and High Beam Assist that switches between low and full beam when it senses an approaching car. Adaptive cruise control that monitors the speed of car in front and adjusts accordingly, is also standard, as is emergency braking which applies the brake automatically if it senses an accident is imminent.
Of course, there is an extensive options list, too. The new Range Rover Sport can be specified with a complex park assist feature that parks the car itself in a specified space. There’s also the option of a pair of extra seats in the boot, or a 1700-watt, 23-speaker stereo for the ultimate surround sound experience.
Three engines are available, two diesels and one petrol. The entry-level TDV6 diesel has 254bhp, while the top-spec SDV6 diesel gets 288bhp. The former will be the cleanest engine from launch, but a hybrid model will be available to order next year. Petrol fans ‘make do’ with a 503bhp supercharged V8. All engines get stop-start as standard and all are available to order now, with first deliveries in the summer.
To view the full Land Rover range, see the CarBuyer Land Rover reviews page.