The existing Range Rover Sport is about to receive a mid-cycle update, where Land Rover was spotted doing some test rounds of the face-lifted version of the Range Rover Sport. Since 2013, the second generation of the Range Rover Sport has been around and with the British marque getting ready for its facelift that will include minor tweaks inside out along with a few mechanical upgrades.
As we can see under the partially wrapped around the new Range Rover Sport gets a more aggressive front with bigger air intakes on the front bumper which seems to be inspired from the SVR version. Apart from this, the new Sport version gets a new designed set of alloy wheels and with a bit different lighting pattern for the lights all around, while the shape of the SUV largely remains unchanged. Inside, the biggest change that you will find is the addition of the latest infotainment system which comes with a wider touchscreen display. Whereas the company already offers a 10.2-inch option of their InControl Touch system in the recently updated Evoque.
Mechanically, the engine spec is expected to remain unchanged with the company’s regular lineup, in the meantime, the top-ranking model of the SVR is expected to be loaded with a supercharged V8 unit from the F-Type SVR which is capable to crank out 567bhp of power, an additional 25bhp of power.