The 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
: now with 50-percent fewer switches! Like its Range Rover big brother, the Range Rover Sport has changed more inside (and underneath) than outside. In addition to a significantly softer and creamier passenger cabin, the 2010 RRS will offer a more powerful engine lineup to include a 375-horsepower V8 and a supercharged version of the same engine good for 510 horsepower (same engines as big bro). Outfitted with the latter powerplant, Land Rover says the new Range Rover Sport will sprint to 60 mph in an impressive 5.9 seconds, while a new Adaptive Dynamics suspension system promises to further enhance performance (and comfort). The comparatively mild exterior changes include new head and tail lights, a two-bar grille and new 19-and 20-inch wheels, all of which combine to give the 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport a subtly fresher feel.