Land Rover will give the Range Rover Sport a small net for 2018 if these winter spy images are to be believed. With only slight changes in style (possibly inspired by the next compact Velar SUV), the Range Rover Sport is looking to continue its status as one of the premier mid-size luxury SUVs on the market. To be honest, there were not many things to change, and if Land Rover can continue to refine and improve the sport, it will probably stay in the hunt.
2018 Range Rover Sport Design
The tests spotted in the snow carrying extensive camouflage, this Range Rover Sport features some updated styling features, including the front. Visible under the camo are two SVR air intakes in the bumper, flanking an air inlet from center A below the frame of the license plate. The sockets (and the radiator grille above) have new mesh patterns that seem more daring and aggressive than the current Range Rover Sport. The front turn signals appear to have been moved from the center of the bumper’s air intakes to the sides, and they are oriented vertically now.
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The redesigned bumper and front grille are paired with what could be narrower projectors, and we expect LED technology to extend the SUV’s lighting. A new clamshell hood is also emerging, and carefully looking at the camouflage suggests that the hood has a significant bulge in the center. Around the back, trapezoidal exhaust outlets integrate with a smoother diffuser bumper, updating the rear view of the Range Rover Sport. Inside, we might be able to assume a new infotainment system in progress, although this is only an educated assumption. In style, the interior of the Range Rover Sport resembles that of the current model.
2018 Range Rover Sport Engine
2018 Range Rover Sport will be 6 powertrain options with two four-cylinder diesel variants with 178 horsepower and 237 hp, a regular four-cylinder gas engine with 247 hp, a diesel V6 and a supercharged V6 with 375 hp. A larger four-cylinder is expected later this year.
2018 Range Rover Sport Release date and price
2018 Range Rover Sport will go on sale in July, reports Automotive News, and will start at about $ 55,700.