Land Rover introduced a new “ultimate edition” of its fastest and most powerful model on sale: the Range Rover Sport SVR.
Presented for the first time at the Salon Privé, the newcomer offers a series of customization options developed by the company’s Special Vehicle Operations division to take it away from the standard car.
The Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate features a number of new styling details, including new lettering on the hood and trunk, new carbon fiber hood vents, 22-inch alloy rims and brake calipers.
Buyers can choose from a range of exclusive color combinations developed by the SV Bespoke team, including three new paint colors that feature solid glass flakes mixed together. All models benefit from a black contrast roof, mirror caps, grille and other details.
There will also be a range of other customization options available. The new Special Edition retains the Range Rover Sport SVR’s 567 hp, 516 lb-ft 5.0-liter supercharged V8, allowing it to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 176 mph.
Pricing starts from £ 123,900, compared to £ 101,920 for the standard SVR. Land Rover hasn’t announced a production cap for the Special Edition, and it’s available to configure now on the brand’s website.
This should be among the latest additions to the current Range Rover lineup before the next-gen car arrives in the coming months.
Just last week, new spy snaps gave us our first glimpse of today’s top-of-the-line Range Rover Sport SVR successor. Big brakes, a four-way exhaust and a prominent rear spoiler continue to set it apart from the standard car, but a subtle styling redesign will obviously mark the new car.
The 5.0-liter V8 developed today by JLR is expected to bow out to make way for a BMW-derived 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine, which sets the stage for the premium Range Rover to match the outputs of 616 hp and 552 lb-ft from the X5 M Competition, which uses this engine.
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This notice was published: 2021-09-02 08:23:23