The more muscular sport version isn’t scheduled to debut until a year after the “normal” Range Rover will bow this September at the Paris Auto Show. Specific details of the car are about as clear as the pixelated camo you see above, but its likely to have a Jaguar-sourced supercharged V8 with roughly 510 hp.
You can also expect it to sit lower to the ground with a wider stance compared to the less powerful version. Perhaps the most important change to look out for will be vehicle weight. Land Rover’s engineers are working hard to lighten its vehicles with aluminum, meaning the new Land Rover Sport will probably be more efficient too.