Land Rover today introduced the world to its third-generation 2023 Range Rover Sport. There’s no radical departure from the previous generation in terms of looks, although the new edition does hew closer to the brand’s current design esthetic with a purified, almost sober appearance.
We find once again a sloping roofline, clamshell hood, and three horizontal lines running the length of the vehicle that converge towards the back, in a bid to justify the Sport appellation of course. The challenge of making an SUV at once boxy and sleek is a tough one, but Land Rover pulls it off here as well as anyone.
By the way, the new Range Rover Sport is longer and has a longer wheelbase than before (by three and two inches, respectively), which translates into more legroom for rear passengers and a 10-percent increase in cargo space.
Otherwise, the model is built on a platform consisting of several types of metal, the idea being to increase rigidity (and so it has been done, by 35 percent).