The all-new 2014 Range Rover Sport made its world debut today in New York City. It will be the “fastest, most agile and responsive” Land Rover ever. The new Range Rover Sport delivers “exceptional on-road dynamics” with genuine Land Rover all-terrain capability. The Range Rover Sport presents a muscular exterior, luxurious interior, and the flexibility provided by the option of 5+2 third row seating for occasional use.
Featuring Land Rover’s breakthrough suspension design and innovative dynamic chassis technologies, the Range Rover Sport features an all-new aluminum unibody architecture to achieve a weight savings of approximately 800lbs.
The 2014 Range Rover Sport is just 191-inches long, shorter than many mid-sized sedans, and is just 2.5-inches longer than its predecessor. A wheelbase that’s longer by 7-inches yields greater room and improved access for rear passengers. For comparison, it is 5.9-inches shorter, 2.17-inches lower, and weighs about 100lbs. less than the new 2013 Range Rover.
The 510hp 5-liter V8 supercharged engine offers a 0-60 mph time of 5.0 seconds (0.9 seconds faster than the previous model). The 340hp supercharged V6 Range Rover Sport is quicker than the previous model with its 375hp 5-liter V8, achieving the dash from 0-60 mph in 6.9 seconds, a reduction of 0.3 seconds.
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