Sportiness, dynamism, luxury and elegance find new peaks with each new off-roading successor of the renowned British automaker Land Rover. The original car manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover, is now an entity of the Indian giant Tata Motors. With excellence in offering advanced technology, best in class features and attractive styling, Land Rover introduced Range Rover Sport in the year 2005 for the first time, which received an overwhelming response not only from the Indonesian customers but also from the global auto market. The second generation of this drive was offered in the year 2013 with some revisions and modifications to fetch more customers. With these regular updations and advancements, the company has ensured that it serves the purpose of providing practicality and functionality, both in style. Considered as one of the assets, the Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a mid-size SUV with all the comforting and luxury features.
This absolutely luxurious SUV – Land Rover Range Rover Sport is offered in – HSE, AB, HSC Dynamic and AB Dynamic trims. The HSE and AB variants are packed with 3.0-litre V6 Turbodiesel engine which knocks out a peak power measuring 306 PS at 4000 rpm along with a peak torque counting to 700 Nm between 1500 and 1750 rpm. The HSE Dynamic and AB Dynamic trims are powered by a 3.0-litre V6 Supercharged petrol engine which is capable of churning out a maximum power 340 PS at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque showing 450 Nm between the range of 3500 and 5000 rpm. AB Dynamic trim is also offered with an option of 5.0-litre V8 supercharged gasoline powerhouse generating a thrilling peak power of 510 PS between 6000 and 6500 rpm alongside a peak torque measuring 625 Nm within the range of 2500 and 5500 rpm. The 3.0-litre petrol engine accelerates from standstill to 100 kmph in 7.2 seconds with a top speed of 210 kmph and shows a fuel efficiency of 7.0-litre/100 kms. The humongous 5.0-litre engine triggers to 100 kmph from the halt in just 5.3 seconds with a peak speed of 225 kmph and consumes 12.8-litre/100 kms of fuel.
Sportiness and elegance go hands-in-hands in the new Land Rover Range Rover Sport. The robust yet precisely crafted sporty structure given to this drive shows that its designers have done an impeccable job. The perfect blend of functionality and practicality with authoritativeness flaunted at the exterior make it a true stunner. The extravagant front of the car shows flowing and elegantly curved bonnet with crisp creases on sides and rear. The signature matrix grille along with Dark Atlas surround and chrome ribs create an appealing front fascia. The overall dimensions of this SUV count – 4850 mm x 2073 mm x 1780 mm (L x W x H). The wheelbase of this SUV measures to 2923 mm which ensures good comfort and stability. The SUV also offers you a decent standard ground clearance of 213 mm and maximum ground clearance of 278 mm which indicates the dynamic off-road capabilities of this elegant hunk.
The sportiness of the exteriors make a gentle way into the interior as well. The cockpit of this drive is precisely configured to show-off a pure sense of ergonomics and luxury. The intelligently designed dashboard of Range Rover Sport is complemented by the Full TFT/LCD instrument cluster, heated leather and chrome garnished 3-spoke multifunctional steering wheel and CommandShift. The superb detailing, luxurious soft touch finishes and strong elegant lines altogether create a perfect interior trim for this sporty drive. The front 2 seats have LCD at their back so that the rear seats passengers may enjoy videos. The luxury extends its way in the face of spaciousness with the huge cargo volume of 784 litres.
To ensure complete safety and security in this Land Rover drive, it has been employed with numerous aspects. The real essence of a responsive dynamism merged with these safety features make it a perfect family drive. Range Rover Sport comes with a standard safety system comprising of the Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Anti Lock Braking System (ABS), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) and the Cornering Brake Control (CBC). For absolute stability, there are Electronic Traction Control (ETC) and Dynamic Stability Control (DSC). Other standard safety features across the trims are - front and rear parking assists, engine immobilizer, Active Speed Limiter (ASL), perimetric alarm, ISOFIX system and reverse traffic detection with blind spot monitoring.
The luxurious SUV features the same spirit of elegance and sportiness as its predecessor. This Land Rover car is precisely designed to feature an unbound functionality along with practicality with its luxurious interiors, dynamic engine capabilities, advanced safety features and precisely-calibrated handling.