A mid-cycle facelift of 2017 Range Rover Sport is so tiny that you can barely see it. After two years on market, company decided to update this model. It will appear at the end of 2016. There are small changes to the front of the vehicle, and invisible at the rear. Some other changes are still possible before the scheduled release in early 2017. Changes from the standard model, the Range Rover Sport SUV, certainly will not follow a particular reaction. Therefore, the 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR pre-booked sighs for its debut.
2017 Range Rover Sport Changes
Updated version of Range Rover Sport model will get a revised front. It is a mask that no longer consists of three bars contained in a row. Honeycomb protection and a slightly altered appearance grille is the only visible change. Everything else on this model is the same. The current model was launched in 2013. Since then, every year after something has done for this SUV. It turns out that in addition modified hood, revised bumper and reshaped grille, everything else is almost perfect.
Test specimens facelift Range Rover Sport 2017 were seen countless times. The amount of camouflage on them is negligible. Some sources indicate that something else included in this year’s update. It is a new protection system. InControl System Protect is a new advanced technology with the ability to notify emergency service in the event of an accident. Access Auto Height system, start/stop system, all terrain progress and InControl Remote Premium system are still some of the new features.
The base version of the 2017 Range Rover Sport SUV as to the mechanical elements remain unchanged. Markets will be offered a large number of petrol and diesel power units. US market will get with this model, and a new diesel engine. It is a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 TD6 that gives 254 horsepower and 439 lb-ft of torque. The same engine will run 2017 Range Rover Sport HST version, only that in this case will dispose of 380 hp. HST version except the extra horsepower has a special package that includes this trim.
The range-topping model is certainly the 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR, which according to current knowledge will be the most powerful street-legal Land Rover ever built. High-performance SVR variant under the hood will have a powerful 5.0 L V8 supercharged engine with 575 hp. This engine runs and current SVR model, but with a total output of 550 hp. An additional 25 horsepower, this model puts into place a direct rival Porsche Cayenne Turbo model. Cayenne Turbo may not have at their disposal as much raw power, but has a lower weight: 70 kg which improves performance. Either way, the 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR, from 0 to 60 mph will accelerate in just 4.5 seconds. It will arrive at market with the rest of the Sport range.