2024 Range Rover Sport makes dramatic debut by climbing a flooded dam in Iceland
The new Range Rover Sport makes its global debut in Iceland, ascending a flooded dam spillway. A six-cylinder hybrid engine will power the next Range Rover Sport, with a completely electric variant following in 2024.
While the 2023 Range Rover Sport retains the basic aesthetic characteristics of the Range Rover, it has a more attractive front, side, and rear end. While the Range Rover Sport has flush door handles, as seen in earlier Land Rover models, it also has a unique front and back design. Furthermore, the DRLs on this model are the thinnest ever seen on a Land Rover vehicle.
The MLA-Flex platform underpins the Range Rover Sport, which can run fully on electricity. Land Rover, on the other hand, has claimed that an electric Range Rover Sport will be ready in 2024. The SUV is currently powered by two 3-litre straight-six mild-hybrid engines.
There is a 355PS and 500 Nm of torque performance figure is available. When you add the mild-hybrid system at work, the power and torque numbers go to 395PS and 550 Nm, respectively.
The Range Rover Sport P440e Autobiography variant is a plug-in hybrid with a turbo 3-litre motor under the hood. The engine produces a whopping 434PS and a mouthwatering 839 Nm of torque. A 105-kilowatt electric motor and a 31.8-kilowatt-hour battery are included.
The P530 First Edition, on the other hand, comes with the twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 stated at the outset of this study. This produces 523PS and 750 Nm of torque. All of these models come with an eight-speed automatic transmission system and boasts of being all-wheel drive.
A 13.1-inch touch screen infotainment system with a 29-speaker Meridian unit that can learn user behaviours and operate as a personal assistant, linked technologies such as Software Over The Air for 63 electrical modules, leather upholstery, and much more are included in the comfort amenities.
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