For 2021, the popular Range Rover Sport will come with a fairly comprehensive mid-cycle refresh. JLR didn’t stop there, though; the Sport has a pair of figurehead conceptual Edition variants coming to ring in the new model year.
The first of the pair—with a base sticker of $131K—is the SVR Carbon Edition, which receives a two-tone front end by way of a carbon fiber hood component…if the exterior paint color isn’t black, that is. It also boasts 22” alloy wheels in gloss black, and carbon fiber trim and grille.
With a $71K base sticker, the newest HSE Silver Edition Range Rover Sport features accents in Land Rover’s semi-gloss metallic Shadow Atlas finish, which has adorned the striking side vent of certain Range Rover models and special editions over the past few years. Its alloy wheels are 21”, also in gloss black.
Generally, 2021 Sport variants will come with a broad spectrum of drivetrain options, including a plug-in hybrid with a 2L turbo ICE. Grain leather upholstery comes as standard, along with a pair of 10” touchscreens operating the company’s Touch Pro Duo system, and creature comforts like ambient lighting and front seats that can be adjusted acutely to suit driver and passenger.
Delivery times for the 2021 Range Rover Sport, Sport HSE Silver Edition, and Sport SVR Carbon Edition are as yet unknown.