Range Rover Sport R-S continues testing on British roads, wearing one of the coolest camouflages/foil wraps ever. In fact lets not call it a camouflage as it is not hiding anything.
This is clearly some sort of a marketing plan, and it works well if anyone happens to see it on the road.
We get a good look at the new front bumper with huge air intakes, new wheels, bigger brakes, roof spoiler and a new rear bumper with double exhausts on each side, very similar to BMW X5 M.
Exact power figures are not known, but the supercharged 5.0-litre V8 is expected to deliver at least 542bhp. The new high-performance Range Rover Sport R-S will go against the likes of Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, Mercedes ML 63 AMG and BMW X5 M.
Other under the skin updates we can expect include a tweaked suspension for improved and sharper handling.
Current top of the range production Range Rover Sport uses a supercharged 503bhp 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine.