Exactly as announced in late April, Land Rover unveiled the Range Rover Sport 2023 with a number of exterior and interior design updates, but without actual substantial changes to the style seen in the past. Taking a cue from the recently introduced Range Rover 2022, here are the innovations it will bring with it.
Aesthetically, as mentioned above, it takes some details from its older sister and also from the smaller Evoque, including ultra-thin headlights and retractable door handles. The differences in size then remain evident, as you can guess from the image gallery at the bottom.
Internally it can be said that luxury is everywhere: there will be massage seats adjustable in 22 positions, an advanced air purification system, Meridian stereo system with 29 speakers and 13.7-inch digital panel, while in the center we find the Pivo touchscreen. 13.1-inch curved Pro with support for Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. The infotainment system is therefore remarkablebut what do we find hidden under the hood and chassis?
As with the Range Rover 2022, the Sport ’23 travels on the MLA-Flex platform proprietary designed for electric vehicles, PHEVs and mild-hybrids, but there are also petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid options to satisfy any customer, from those who have more traditional tastes to those who prefer to focus on the future of the automotive world. The Range Rover Sport 2023 arrives in Europe with a six-cylinder in-line turbo mild-hybrid, diesel, turbo PHEV, or with the BMW V8 from 4.4 liters to power its top-of-the-range P530, capable of up to 523 horsepower and 750 Nm of torque.
Obviously Range Rover Sport 2023 it is well prepared for off-road routes thanks to new air springs, 48V active roll control, four-wheel steering All-Wheel Steering controller Terrain Response 2 and, for those who purchase one of the First Edition launch cars, there will also be the Stormer Handling Pack. prices, in Europe they will start from 95,300 Euros.