The third generation of the luxurious Range Rover Sport will start in late summer 2022 and will be presented as elegant, powerful, and dynamic as never before. That’s the way it is with HSE and Hybrid versions and that’s the price info!
After the iconic Range Rover, the generation change now follows with the no less luxurious but more dynamic 2023 Range Rover Sport at prices from around 93,000 (as of May 2022). Like its big brother, the new edition of the Sport also uses the completely newly developed, flexible “Modular Longitudinal Architecture” (MLA-Flex), which gives the body 35 percent more torsional rigidity and more space, as well as new technical components and engines.
The drive is provided by diesel and petrol versions of the Ingenium in-line six-cylinder with a displacement of three liters, in the diesel power levels 250, 300, and 350 hp (184, 221, and 257 kW) and as a petrol engine with 48V mild-hybrid technology with 400 hp (294 kW) are offered as P400. There is also a V8 Biturbo with a displacement of 4.4 liters called the P530 and the two plug-in hybrid drives P440e and P510e with 440 hp (324 kW) and 510 hp (375 kW), which achieve a range of up to 113 kilometers in the WLTP cycle and emit only 18 grams of CO2 per kilometer.
They also meet the stricter requirements for a company car tax reduced to 0.5 percent (if registered by the end of 2022). Given the basic prices, which range from 93,000 to 142,600 euros (as of May 2022) depending on the engine, this is an important selling point.
2023 RANGE ROVER SPORT PRICE, HYBRID, AND HSE FEATURES
But in addition to a good portion of prestige and the strikingly smooth design, the 2023 Range Rover Sport also comes up with several technical refinements that are intended to emphasize its dynamic character.
Instead of the suspension elements of the large Range Rover, which are completely focused on comfort, the new model has an exclusive two-chamber system with adaptive dampers, which should help it to achieve significantly increased dynamics and driving precision. Options such as 48-volt roll compensation, two electronically controlled differential locks (middle and rear) and active rear-wheel steering (turning circle under eleven meters), and a standard torque vectoring system round off the package of measures. The interior of the new Sport offers more space and a new type of operation with a large touch display.