Land Rover is considering derivative versions of the Discovery Sport and Evoque that would cater to customers seeking higher performing versions of those nameplates.
According to Motoring, Land Rover is keeping a watchful eye on the segment as its competitors ready performance versions of their SUVs such as the BMW X3, X4 and Audi’s SQ5. The report claims that the Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque, both of which are based on the automaker’s D8 platform, could see a high-performance version of their turbocharged four-cylinder Ingenium engines.
The British automaker already plans to follow its Range Rover Sport SVR model with hardcore versions of its Jaguar XE, Range Rover LWB, Land Rover Defender and more.
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