Range Rover Sport

The Range Rover Sport is an SUV that manages to combine driving enjoyment with go-anywhere luxury in one complete package.

Looking for something with the level of luxury of a Range Rover, but in a sportier and more engaging package? The Range Rover Sport is the answer to your question. Sitting near the top of our SUV line-up, it combines cool design with driving enjoyment and luxury to be one of the most complete SUVs you can buy today.

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The Range Rover Sport was dramatically revealed in a challenge that saw it drive up a dam spillway against a torrent of water flowing at 750 tonnes per minute.


The Range Rover Sport is available with a broad range of engines, including petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid. An Electric model is also due on sale in 2024.


The new Range Rover Sport features a reductive design that simplifies and modernises the appearance of this luxury SUV.

Range Rover Sport range

Range Rover Sport SE

  • 21" Style 5126 wheels

  • Fixed panoramic roof

  • Pixel LED headlights with signature DRL

  • Windsor leather seats

Range Rover Sport Dynamic SE

  • 21" Style 5126 Satin Dark Grey wheels

  • Fixed panoramic roof

  • Meridian™ Sound System

  • Pixel LED headlights with signature DRL

Range Rover Sport Autobiography

  • 22" Style 5127 wheels

  • Sliding panoramic roof

  • Semi-Aniline leather seats

  • Dynamic Exterior Pack

Range Rover Sport Electric Hybrid

  • 21" Style 5126 wheels

  • Fixed panoramic roof

  • Pixel LED Headlights

  • Meridian™ Sound System

Range Rover Sport SV Edition One

  • 6D Dynamics

  • SV Carbon Fibre Exterior Pack

  • SV Bespoke Ultra Metallic Paint

  • Body and Soul Seat

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If you want an SUV that’s able to blend luxury with rugged ability and driving enjoyment, it doesn’t get any better than this Range Rover Sport. It’s easily one of the most talented SUVs you can buy today, and with such a broad range of versions, powertrains and personalisation, it’s an exceptional take on a modern Range Rover, and will only get better when electric models join the line-up imminently. 

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The new Range Rover Sport is based on JLR’s latest, flexible architecture that allows for the broadest range of versions ever seen with this SUV. It means that alongside core combustion-powered versions, there will be long-range plug-in hybrids and an electric model due on sale in 2024.

Slotting in the Range Rover line-up beneath the full-size model, and above the Velar, the Sport brings incredible desirability thanks to its assertive modern design and impressively well-refined interior. 


The new Range Rover Sport boasts an assertive, modern design that aims to give the model the appearance that it’s poised and ready. As the most dynamic model to wear the Range Rover badge, the Sport gets a muscular appearance owing to its performance basis.


With its wide wheelarches and bold front-end design, the Range Rover Sport is certainly a car that stands out on the road, and can be enhanced further by optional alloys measuring up to 23 inches, and various gloss black elements throughout the design. 


The Range Rover Sport is packed with the latest technology and always has the ability to constantly improve courtesy of software over-the-air updates. The new 13.1-inch touchscreen is the real highlight, bringing enhanced functionality compared to the previous car. It also boasts Amazon Alexa voice recognition as standard. 

A technology highlight on the flagship SV model is its new ‘6D Dynamics’, which is a world-first hydraulic interlinked air suspension system. Boasting pitch and roll control, it maintains a near-level stance even in the most extreme acceleration, braking and cornering.

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Engines & Performance

The Range Rover Sport is available with a great range of engines, including petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid, which we’ll look at in a separate section. All use an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox, with four-wheel-drive as standard. 

Starting with diesel, the mild-hybrid D300 kicks things off, using a 296bhp 3.0-litre unit with light electrical assistance. If you want a bit more power, the D350 takes the power up to 345bhp. 

Moving to petrol, there is the P400, a 395bhp 3.0-litre diesel and then at the top of the tree is the SV model’s monstrous P635 powerplant – a monstrous 626bhp 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine, which is the most powerful ever to be fitted to a Range Rover. It allows for some exceptional performance, with 0-60mph possible in just 3.6 seconds and where permitted it’s possible to reach a top speed of 180mph.