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After initially gaining traction as a less expensive alternative to Land Rover's flagship Range Rover, the Range Rover Sport has quickly established its own identity as a more athletic alternative. After a recent redesign for 2014, it continues with normally-aspirated and supercharged variants.
Xenon headlamps with Range Rover's signature "concentric circle" LEDs and gloss black lamp inners give the lights a jewel-like appearance. The interior of the SUV is detailed with walnut veneer finish on the center console and door inserts. Land Rover’s Terrain Response system is standard with Hill Start Assist and Gradient Acceleration Control.
The 2014 model year brings about a whole-new look for the Range Rover Sport, as Land Rover transformed the styling of its SUV to better match the sporty look of the Range Rover Evoque. The second-generation Land Rover Sport SE comes standard with a new 3-liter V6 that delivers 340 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. A 5-liter V8 with 510 horsepower and 461 pound-feet of torque comes standard on the Supercharged trim. Both trims come standard with an all-new eight-speed transmission and full-time four-wheel drive.
Introduced for 2006, the Range Rover Sport targeted the luxury SUV buyer who demanded performance, luxury and utility from a vehicle. The Sport is a dynamic off-road vehicle that offers opulent interior appointments and -- when equipped with the supercharged 5-liter engine -- 510 horsepower. Although aerodynamically refreshed in 2009, the basically unchanged first generation Sport will come to end after 2013. A second generation Sport has been introduced for 2014.