Land Rover has revealed pricing and UK specification for the all-new 2013 Range Rover Sport
25 April 2013

The new Range Rover Sport will be priced from £51,550 to £74,995. The all-new SUV is available to order now, and the first deliveries are planned in the autumn.

The range initially will be comprised of four trim levels: SE, HSE, HSE Dynamic and Autobiography. 

SE models, priced from £51,550, feature leather trim, four-corner self-levelling air suspension, Terrain Response and a power tailgate. HSE models are upgraded to 20in alloy wheels, 14-way electric front seats, rear park camera and heated rear seats and start at £59,995.

HSE Dynamic models are fitted with additional brightwork, gloss black grille, 21in alloy wheels, a twin speed transfer box, torque vectoring and automatic Terrain Response. HSE Dynamic cars are priced from £64,995.

Topping the range and priced from £74,995, the Autobiography Dynamic counts a Meridian audio system, adaptive cruise control and a package of preventative safety equipment as standard.

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25 April 2013

Sounds like, doesn't it, that the entry SE could be the sweetspot in the range? And I mean, if you're not someone who's appalled/offended that any car could cost £51k then actually I'd venture a view that it's pretty good value - certainly a lot of car for the money and heck - you can probably pay £25k for an Astra or Golf nowadays.

25 April 2013

Rangie in Goole today. The led, day running lights look Kooooool.

26 April 2013

Yes, agree with Cavalier. However, I will one stage further and say the new Range Rover Sport may well be the star of the whole LR range.  Having seen the interior pictures, there doesn't seem to much difference in design and quality to the Range Rover- at £20k less.  Not to mention that it is likely to drive better, and will likely look even better in the flesh than in pictures.  However, LR drivers don't buy their cars because they are cheap, and no doubt the majority of Sport sales will be pretty much fully loaded with kit.  Can't wait to drive it! G

26 April 2013

The original Range Rover is now just too big for UK roads. Anything over 2 metres in width w/o mirrors gets a bit of a handful for width restrictors/parking etc. This looks a much better solution.

26 April 2013

Sounds like you need the HSE Dynamic spec to get the proper off road kit though... not that this will bother most drivers.

26 April 2013

You have to tick HSE Dynamic to get a 2 speed transfer case but at the same time you're upped to 21" Alloys... isn't that a kind of motoring oxymoron?

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