Land Rover continues to work at full capacity in the development of the new generation of Range Rover Sport. A new generation that will feature the high-performance SVR version. The new Range Rover Sport SVR has been photographed in the middle of the test session and shows a notable loss of camouflage that reveals new details.
The development process of the new generation Range Rover Sport keep going. The long-awaited comprehensive renovation of the popular Land Rover SUV is approaching and will bring with it very important new features. It will have a wide range made up of versions of different kinds. However, it will be the SVR version which will focus much of the attention both for its exclusivity and in terms of benefits.
Land Rover is also working hard on creating the new Range Rover Sport SVR. A model that has been sighted on several occasions in broad daylight. Once again, he has been hunted in the middle of the test session. Most importantly, it has a noticeable loss of camouflage, revealing new details of the exterior design.
Spy photos of the new Range Rover Sport SVR
Just take a quick look at the spy photos that illustrate this article to discover where the camouflage removal has occurred. It is in the front and, more specifically, in the bumper. The air inlets and louvers can be seen much more clearly. The same goes for the grill that connects directly to the new headlights.
At the rear there are also news. And, unlike other examples of the new Range Rover Sport SVR photographed previously, it has four round tailpipes. Other previously hunted units sported different exhaust outlets. Although equally well integrated into the overall design. To all this must be added the partial removal of camouflage on the tailgate and on the roof.
The new Range Rover Sport SVR will be supported by the new Land Rover MLA platform. Under its hood will be a powerful BMW-sourced TwinPower Turbo 4.4-liter V8 petrol engine and that it will develop an approximate power of 600 CV. The engine will be connected to a ZF eight-speed automatic gearbox and an all-wheel drive system.
New Range Rover Sport SVR to hit dealerships in 2023
The development phase of the new Range Rover Sport SVR is in a fairly early stage. Its landing in European dealerships is set for sometime in 2023. Now, the new Range Rover Sport will storm the market next year.