New 2022 Range Rover Sport confirmed for Goodwood debut Car News

The initial range is complemented by a number of 48V mild-hybrid options, which use either an Ingenium P400 straight-six petrol engine or D300 and D350 six-cylinder diesel powertrains.

Two important models will arrive later: an electric version will arrive in 2024, around the same time as a zero-emission variant. A Range Rover SVR is also confirmed but Land Rover is not disclosing further details. “It’s in the program. Customers will not be disappointed,” Collins said.

While the SVR will be powered by the V8, the electric model could use a transmission sourced from engineering partner BMW, like that found in the range-topping BMW iX M60, which produces 611 hp and 811 lb-ft.


The new Range Rover Sport is based on JLR’s flexible mixed-metal architecture, known as MLA-Flex, which is also used by the Range Rover. The company claims it has 35 per cent more torsional rigidity than the previous model, which lays the foundation for a number of chassis technologies, all designed specifically for the car.

Collins said: “MLA architecture and the latest chassis systems combine to deliver… the most engaging and exciting Range Rover Sport ever.”

The model’s Dynamic Response Pro uses a 48V electronic active roll control system, capable of applying up to 1033 lb-ft of torque to each axle to deliver “new levels of body control and composure in tough turns,” the firm said.

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