Land Rover Overhauls Range Rover Sport for 2023; Price Starts at $84K

Land Rover Overhauls Range Rover Sport for 2023; Price Starts at $84K

Published: May 21, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff

This month, Land Rover announced the new Range Rover Sport for 2023. For the upcoming model year, the series breaks down into SE, Dynamic, and Autobiography trim levels. A ‘First Edition’ launch version will be available for a limited time.

The exterior of the newest Range Rover Sport strikes a typically graceful chord, and for 2023 the lineup is powered by I6 turbo hybrid and V8 biturbo powertrains. A good amount of thought went into the interior of the series. The overall design sensibility looks almost serenely uncomplicated, a neat trick considering the tech and varied luxuries hiding behind the smooth surfaces and insight-dependent controls. Chrome accents enhance the effect.

The lineup begins with the Range Rover Sport P360 SE, which starts at $84,350, and comes with 21-inch wheels, Adaptive Cruise with Steering Assist, and Rear Collision Monitor; interior features include two-zone climate control, 20-way electric Windsor perforated leather memory seats in front and power recline seats in back; the infotaiment system features Pivi Pro, Apple CarPlay and Wireless Android Auto, and a Meridian audio system. Its mild-hybrid I6 puts 355 horsepower at the beck and call of the driver, and can reach a top speed of 140 MPH.

For many buyers, the P400 Dynamic SE trim will be more attractive; it base stickers at $7K above the entry level, but adds Terrain Response to the performance features list, and wrings 395 horsepower out of the drivetrain for a top speed of 150 MPH. The $105,550 base P440e Autobiography trim adds plug-in hybrid functionality, 22-inch wheels, adaptive off-road cruise, all-wheel steering, improved cabin lighting, and an Electronic Active Differential with Torque Vectoring by Braking.

The $122,850 base P530 First Edition is the top variant, with Park Assist, a Head-Up Display, 23-inch wheels, and a 523-HP V8 that pushes the Sport to a top speed of 155 MPH.

EV buyers will need to be a bit patient; although the hybrid and V8-powered 2023 Range Rover Sport variants are available now, the all-electric Sport won’t arrive for another year.

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