Regarded by many as the definitive sports SUV, the Range Rover Sport enters the 2013 model year with a number of updates including a new five-spoke wheel design in Sparkle Silver. This will become standard fitment on the Range Rover Sport Supercharged.
Customers opting for this model will discover red Brembo brake calipers fitted as standard as well, with the option of black brakes at no cost.
The interior offers two new trim combinations in order to allow a dark upper cabin environment to be matched with lighter colored seats, or the opposite way around.
A towing package has also been introduced as an option across all models and consists of a tow hitch receiver, trailer towing electrics and variable rear differential lock.
Since 2012, the Range Rover Sport comes equipped with high level audio equipment thanks to the Harmon Kardon system that delivers 380 watts from eleven speakers. Alternatively, the premium Harmon Kardon LOGIC7 system produces 825W from 17 speakers!
There will also be a 2013 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Limited Edition that uses the same 510hp engine as the rest of the range. However, this model gets a red "Sport" badge on the tailgate, red brake calipers and an embroidered red Sport logo appears inside. Customers can also opt for a new carbon veneer interior pack.
For the US market, only 300 units will be produced in Santorini Black, and 200 in Fuji White.
The 2013 Range Rover Sport GT Limited Edition aims for even greater luxury.
Among its features are an extended roof spoiler, chrome exhaust tips, 20" black wheels, steering wheel-mounted shift paddles and the LOGIC7 audio system with SAT and HD radio.
Only 450 will be built in Santorini Black, with an additional 300 units in Fuji White.