GoAutoLogo
MENU

Future models - Land Rover - Range Rover Sport - Stealth

Range Rover Sport arrives with Stealth

None more black: The Stealth Pack for the 2015 Range Rover Sport brings with it satin black design elements.

New Range Rover Sport to debut new Stealth Pack at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Gallery

Click to see larger images

Land Rover logo16 Jun 2014

By RICHARD BERRY

LAND ROVER will display its new Stealth Pack for the 2015 Range Rover Sport at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the United Kingdom next week, with the car-maker taking Australian orders from August.

The Stealth Pack – available on the HSE Dynamic and Autobiography Dynamic variants – adds a number of exterior design elements to the large SUV all in a satin black finish.

These include the grille and its surround, fog-light bezels and the vents in the wheel guards and bonnet, while the headlights and tail-lights also receive black bordering.

Customers also have a choice of two wheel designs – 21-inch nine spoke or 22-inch five spoke – in, of course, a satin black finish with gloss black wheel nuts.

“With the addition of the Stealth Pack, we are further extending the appeal of the Range Rover Sport and offering even greater choice to our customers,” Land Rover’s design director and chief creative officer Gerry McGovern said.

Land Rover Australia’s brand manager Tim Krieger said the 2015 Range Rover Sport will go on sale during the first quarter of 2015 with prices to be announced soon.

The price of the Stealth Pack is yet to be finalised, but local orders can be placed from August.

The Stealth Pack joins the list of other packages available on the 2015 Range Rover Sport, including the Off Road, Comfort, Luxury and Audio Visual packs.

The new-generation Range Rover Sport made its international debut at the New York Motor Show in March 2013 and went on sale in Australia in November last year.

Sales of the Range Rover Sport are up 85.4 per cent to 1103 units to the end of May this year, making it the second best-selling Land Rover model behind the Range Rover Evoque compact SUV, which has shifted 1164 units.

In May, only BMW’s X5 (365 sales) managed to out-sell the Range Rover Sport (247 sales) in the $70K+ large-SUV segment.

Read more

Share with your friends

Land Rover models