The 2022 Land Rover Range Rover Sport set a lofty standard for the already impressive Land Rover luxury SUV segment. While it’s said to don’t fix what’s not broken, Land Rover isn’t known for its passivity; the 2023 Range Rover Sport has come fully redesigned for a more luxurious feel.
Its exquisite trim might connotate a single-minded push toward aesthetic appeal. However, this isn’t the case. This elegant automobile promises smooth driving on and off the road while maintaining acceptable fuel efficiency and overall practicality.
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The 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport comes with a luxury accommodations and the off-road capabilities long associated with the Land Rover brand.
While smaller than the pricier 2023 Range Rover, it still offers an identical silhouette, albeit slightly more raised. You have a good range of choices for power, namely the P360, P400, P440e, and P530 grades.
As per Car and Driver, the P360 comes with a 3L inline-six engine with 355 horsepower. The P400 upgrades that to 395 hp. The P440e, on the other hand, boasts a plug-in hybrid setup that works with an electric motor and a straight-six engine to provide 434 worth of horsepower. Finally, the P530 delivers 523 hp and comes with a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine.
All the models come with standard all-wheel drive, adjustable air suspension and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The stylish, revamped cabin has desirable tech features like a state-of-the-art infotainment system, heated plus ventilated seats and driver-assistance capabilities that help with both off- and on-road driving.
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