Spyshots: New Range Rover Sport
We were sad to see the current generation car’s high-set dashboard still present, though, as it is a ‘trick’ played by the manufacturer on its potential buyers, making the SUV feel sportier than it really is, by fooling the driver into thinking that the seating position is nice and low, when it really isn’t. The old car had a thick black line running along the bottom of the windscreen to hide the dash, and this does too, but to a smaller extent.
Engines-wise, expect the exact range of powerplants to be carried over from the old ‘Sport’, but also expect them to be more frugal and quicker as the new car is expected to be considerably lighter. However, if
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