Independent body, sporty touch: in addition to the normal Range Rover, the brand also introduces a new Range Rover Sport.
The same architecture, traction and equipment features like adaptive air suspension, four-wheel steering and roll compensation, but Range Rover
The third-generation sports car is more than a normal Range Rover: it is flatter, has more sloping windows and is also slightly shorter at 4.95 meters in length.
The sports car is offered with the six-cylinder in-house diesel with a displacement of three liters. They produce 250, 300 and 350 hp. There is also a three-liter (400hp) six-cylinder petrol engine and a V8 petrol engine purchased from BMW. This has a displacement of 4.4 liters and takes it to the top of the range with 530 hp. The sports car reaches a maximum of 250 km / h and accelerates from zero to 100 km / h in 4.3 seconds maximum.
There are also two plug-in hybrids based on a six-cylinder petrol engine (324 kW / 440 hp and 375 kW / 510 hp of system power). The 38 kWh battery provides an electric range of up to 113 kilometers. An all-electric version will follow in 2024. Until then, the data sheet shows consumption values of 0.9 to 11.7 liters (CO2 emissions: 20 to 266 g / km).
In the third generation, the newcomer starts at 93,000 euros.