Land Rover is readying an even hotter version of its Range Rover Sport, which won’t debut until next year.
After that happens, Land Rover’s chief of chassis systems, David Waide, says the company will have already been preparing a flagship version of the SUV.While official details on the car are still unavailable, the 2013 Range Rover’s aluminum architecture will carry over to offer huge benefits.
The lighter chassis, Range Rover says, will allow the Sport (seen above) to have a much different feel than the normal Range Rover. Of course, those benefits would be amplified in an R-S version which would be even more purpose-built for performance.
Still, the car won’t aim to beat the current segment-topping Porsche Cayenne GTS. Instead, the brand says it will be a balance between sports performance and comfort, much like the XKR-S.
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