Range Rover Sport Supercharged not bling enough for you? Then this HST version could be just the job.
28 March 2006

Range Rover Sport Supercharged not bling enough for you? Then this HST version could be just the job.

According to Land Rover, the inspiration has come from the Range Stormer concept car of 2004. Apart from the styling additions seen in these photos, extra features include an electric sunroof, privacy glass, polished interior oak trim and an electronic active rear diff.

The chin spoiler is removable for those who still want to venture off road in this most expensive of Range Rover Sports.

Performance is unchanged in every respect over the standard Supercharged; the HST costs from £63,000 on the road and is on sale now.

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