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2019 Range Rover Sport Autobiography - Revs + Walkaround in 4k

2019 Range Rover Sport Autobiography - Revs + Walkaround in 4k ► Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aUZn_5uvwIZLwfmNaEHbQ ------------------------------­­­---------­------ ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/frankdumont/ ------------------------------­­­---------­------ ► Website: https://www.holandleasing.com/?locale=en_CA ------------------------------­­­---------­------ Thanks to Holand Automotive Group & Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Quebec for making this available FOR BUYING; If you're interested in buying this vehicle or to get any other information, please send me an email at francis@holandleasing.com or visit my website at https://www.holandleasing.com/?locale=en_CA or https://www.rollsroycemontreal.com Link to the ad; https://www.holandleasing.com/used/Land+Rover/2019-Land+Rover-Range+Rover+Sport-af7214140a0e08bd068acb87532f3c3e.htm MUSIC; Royalty Free Music from Bensound; www.bensound.com &

2019 Range Rover Sport - FULL REVIEW!!

DESIGN With sportier design cues and a powerful, muscular stance, the Range Rover Sport is designed for impact. Cleaner and more dynamic, there’s a contemporary feel everywhere you look — from the distinctive Range Rover Sport grille and redesigned hood vents to the refined yet sporty wheel options. PERFORMANCE A range of potent powertrains deliver breathtaking on-road performance. Choose from the refined, smooth performance of a diesel engine or from a range of exhilarating gas engines. And, coming in summer 2018, the Range Rover Sport PHEV combines the advanced 2.0-liter i4 Turbocharged Ingenium engine with an electric motor to deliver remarkable performance. TECHNOLOGY Our Touch Pro™ Duo in-car infotainment system beautifully integrates two 10” high-definition touchscreens. Use Touch Pro Duo along with the full-color Head-up Display and Interactive Driver Display to simultaneously view and interact with multiple features at once.10 More powerful V6 diesel to join the British car-maker's fleet later this year Land Rover has announced changes to the Range Rover Sport line-up for 2019, headed by a new diesel-powered entry model. The British car-maker’s large SUV range will be underlined by a new SDV6 engine for 2019, which will replace the current four-cylinder SD4 offering. Bringing 183kW and 600Nm outputs (a 6kW/100Nm increase), the six-cylinder oiler sends drive via an eight-speed automatic transmission. The added firepower will translate to a 7.9-second sprint time across the 0-100km/h dash, along with a claimed fuel consumption figure of about 7.0L/100km. The changes do correlate with a $1628 price increase, the SDV6 offering set at $96,728 (plus on-road costs). The diesel edition will be made available along current SDV8 and TDV6 diesel engines, while at the top of the pile resides the flagship 5.0-litre supercharged V8 model with 386kW and 625Nm outputs. Range Rover will purportedly expand its green footprint in 2019 thanks to a new P400e plug-in hybrid variant. It combines a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol and plug-in electric drivetrain to produce a combined 297kW of power. The car’s batteries offer an electric range of 51km and help to reduce overall fuel consumption to 2.8L/100km. The Range Rover Sport line-up will be available with adaptive cruise control with a stop and go function along with steering assist that will allow some form of semi-autonomy in traffic. “This system helps keep the vehicle centred in its lane by applying moderate steering interventions with the driver’s hands on the wheel,” Land Rover explains. “The technology uses lane markings and, or where no lane markings can be detected, the path of the vehicle in front. Switching lanes or braking deactivates the system.” Automated emergency braking is also fitted across the range. Order books for the MY2019 Range Rover Sport have now opened, with the first deliveries expected in the fourth quarter of 2018. Full Review https://www.motoring.com.au/2019-range-rover-sport-sharpened-with-new-entry-diesel-113639/ "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

2018 Range Rover Sport SVR - Powerful and Dynamic

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2018 Range Rover Sport SVR Review - It's Really Loud

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$136k+ Land Rover / Range Rover Sport SVR 2018 (Special Vehicle Operations Racing) V8 S/C 575 HP!

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The latest update to the Range Rover Sport ensures it continues to be the benchmark luxurious performance SUV.

Range Rover Sport has always combined the refinement and capability of a large SUV with the performance of a sports car. With this latest update, designed to enhance the driving experience and customer convenience, the Range Rover Sport continues to be the benchmark luxurious performance SUV.

The new 249PS 3.0-litre SDV6 twin-turbo engine replaces the 2.0-litre SD4 in European markets, delivering an additional 9PS and an extra 100Nm of torque. This translates into improved acceleration and a 0-60mph sprint of 7.6 seconds (0-100km/h in 7.9 seconds), 0.8 seconds faster than the 2.0 model, while meeting the latest EU emissions standards.

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