For 2016, a new 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 joins the engine lineup. New features include a hands-free, gesture-powered tailgate, rear-camera washer and All-Terrain Progress control. Also standard is Land Rover's InControl Remote & Protect infotainment system and an air suspension that lowers the vehicle when placed in Park.
For 2015, a new Range Rover Sport SVR trim debuts touting 550 horsepower, a recalibrated sport suspension and unique trim and badging. Some new option packages offer even more safety and luxury features, while Land Rover's InControl apps suite becomes a stand-alone option.
About Land Rover Range Rover Sport
From its iconic square-edge styling to its impressive off-road credentials, Land Rover's 2016 Range Rover Sport luxury SUV is in a league of its own. The Brit's ability to marry wood, leather and plastic produces an interior second to none, which may help justify the Range Rover Sport's lofty price over a similarly equipped Audi Q7 or BMW X5. Land Rover knows exclusivity has its price, and those with adequate means don't usually quibble over window stickers. While we know the vast majority of 2016 Range Rover Sports will never see anything but paved roads, it's nice to know that this luxury SUV is an incredibly competent off-road vehicle, one of the best in the world, in fact.