Inside, the Range Rover Sport has been designed to be more driver-oriented than its Range Rover sibling. The steering wheel is similar to the Range Rover’s but the seating position is 20mm lower.
The high centre console rises up into the dashboard, which has a 13.1in curved screen that uses JLR’s Pivi Pro infotainment system, plus a 13.7in driver’s display. It has over-the-air updates, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android and Amazon Alexa capability.
Pricing for the Range Rover Sport starts from £83,620 for the entry-level D300 model, which comes with 296bhp from a 3.0-litre six-cylinder mild-hybrid diesel engine. Prices begin at £102,540 for the 345bhp D350 car.
The plug-in hybrid (PHEV) P440e gets a 434bhp 3.0 litre six-cylinder, and starts from £89,980. The more potent P510e PHEV sets owners back £114,050, and brings a more powerful 503bhp system.
For the mild-hybridised P400 petrol motor, prices start from £90,690. It comes fitted with a 3.0-litre six-cylinder, 395bhp twin turbocharged engine.
The range-topping P530 starts from £119,580, and is the only model to get a non-hybridised engine, fitted instead with a 4.4-litre 525bhp V8 petrol motor.