2014 Range Rover Sport Spied Testing Near the Arctic Circle

The new Range Rover Sport has been caught again. This time cold weather testing near the Arctic Circle in Sweden. After a test drive, the new Range Rover Sport was parked in front of a restaurant, which gave the photographer a good chance to photograph the prototype in more detail.

There is still plenty of camouflage left, but we can already see some of the design changes to the all new Range Rover. The Range Rover Sport also follows the Evoque inspired styling but with more aggressive lines and sharply angled roof.

The front reveals a different bumper and air intakes, while at the rear we can see a big spoiler at the rear window.

The updated lightweight aluminium platform is shared with the new Range Rover, that also underprins the Jaguar XJ.

Engine details are limited, but the entry level model is rumoured to get a new turbocharged V6 diesel engine with 255bhp. Another diesel unit expected is a V8 twin-turbo with 335bhp. The 5.0-litre supercharged V8 could get a power increase to around 550bhp.


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