- World debut: New Range Rover Sport will make its global premiere at 8pm South Africa time on Tuesday 10 May 2022
- Dynamic luxury: First images preview an adrenaline-filled reveal for the luxury performance SUV
- Watch the reveal: Join from 8pm on Land Rover’s YouTube channel, the order books open in line with the world debut on 10 May
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New Range Rover Sport is preparing to break cover, with the third-generation model set to make its world premiere on 10 May 2022.
The global reveal will include a dramatic debut by the new luxury performance SUV, previewed by an exclusive set of images. The new model will continue the daring exploits of its predecessors by undertaking a unique challenge for its launch.
Range Rover Sport has previously completed a series of challenges, including a record-setting hill-climb at Pikes Peak, a first recorded crossing of the ‘Empty Quarter’ desert in the Arabian Peninsula and a first ascent of the 999 steps to Heaven’s Gate in China, in 2018, Carscoops reports.
New images provide the first look at its modernist interior. Defined by its dynamic, cockpit-like driving position, architectural lightness and precise detailing, the interior of the latest Range Rover Sport is crafted from the finest materials and sets the tone for a truly engaging drive.
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The most dynamic member of the Range Rover family has been redefined, effortlessly blending unmistakable presence, unrivalled on-road capability and the latest advanced digital and chassis technologies, Motor1.com reports.
Range Rover releases price range for new luxury 5th gen model when it arrives in Mzansi in mid-2022
Land Rover has announced pricing for the new Range Rover, which will be officially launched in South Africa midway through 2022, Briefly News reports.
Now in its fifth generation, the lux SUV will be available in four, five or seven-seat configurations coupled with standard and long-wheelbase body designs. In terms of trim levels, South African buyers can choose from HSE, Autobiography and flagship SV, while a unique First Edition will be sold throughout the first year of production.
On the engine front, the Range Rover will offer a trio of powertrain options: six- and eight-cylinder engines, including a new Extended Range Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV).
Source: Briefly News