Today, Land Rover introduced its third-generation 2023 Range Rover Sport. Although the new model’s appearance is not significantly different from the previous generation, it retains the brand’s current aesthetic with a more refined, almost sober exterior.
We find a sloping roofline and clamshell hood to justify the Sport designation. We also see three horizontal lines that run the length of the vehicle. It isn’t easy to make an SUV both sleek and boxy. Land Rover does it well.
The new Range Rover Sport has a longer and wider wheelbase (by three inches and two inches, respectively), which means more legroom for rear passengers and a 10 percent increase in cargo space.
The model is constructed on a platform made of different types of metal. This helps to increase rigidity. It has been achieved by 35 percent.
Interior of 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Land Rover
The new Range Rover Sport’s interior is just as sporty and sober as its exterior. It’s a high-tech space that can be connected wirelessly to your AppleCarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa apps. The central console houses the controls for the climate control system. This is done to create a cleaner, minimalist environment. Music fans can listen to their favorite music via the Meridian audio system with 29 speakers. Sport mode transmits more sounds from the engine when it is activated.
Here is the Canada offer. There are four options: the First Edition (P530), Dynamic S (P400), dynamics (P400e) and Dynamic HSE [P440e]. The S and SE produce 395 hp and 406, respectively, while the HSE-PHEV produces 434 hp and 619lb-ft. The First Edition is the most powerful of all these configurations. It produces 523 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque via its V8 engine.
Prices start at $101,750CAD and go up to $133,650. There are several options, including mild-hybrid or plug-in hybrid configurations and a twin-turbo V8 option. The V8 is only available in the First Edition. Limited quantities are possible.
Land Rover promises a pure-electric version in 2024.
Land Rover claims that the new Range Rover Sport is more capable of rugged terrain than its predecessor. The model can, for instance, rip through water up to 35inches deep and climb up 45-degree inclines. Standard 21-inch wheels are used, but you can also choose 23-inch wheels.
You can order the new 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport now.