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More brains added to the leaner brawn of the Range Rover Sport
18 Apr 2017
IF IT is a status symbol SUV for which you yearn, then the Range Rover breed beats all.
The big Brit has always been just as comfortable on a five-star establishment’s forecourt, as well as being able to go places where the night sky offers a substantially higher star count.
The original Range Rover Sport had its detractors with claims that it wasn’t a “true” Range Rover – it once shared a chassis with the Land Rover Discovery – and it still doesn’t have the fold-down split rear tailgate, but now it’s no deal breaker.
An upgrade to the driver assistance and infotainment systems, as well as some exterior tweaks, signify the updated model but what thankfully hasn’t changed is the supercharged V8’s appeal, the suspension’s prowess and its arrogantly handsome aesthetic.
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Model release date: 1 August 2016
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