The 2014 Range Rover Sport throws this pompous batsignal on the sidewalk every time you unlock it. I think it's great Land Rover can still think up ways to tell plebeians I'm better than them. My girlfriend says it's more embarrassing than my matching Land Rover socks and belt. What do you think?
The case could be made that the 2013 Range Rover is the best all-around vehicle on the market today. It's attractive, it's luxurious on the inside, it's absurdly fast, it off-roads like a beast, and it is remarkably well-engineered. So what happens when you make it smaller, lighter, more fuel efficient and cheaper?
Think about it! The 2014 Range Rover Sport is probably the best choice when it comes to apocalypse. While it might not be the toughest off-roader out there, overall it's the fastest both on and off tarmac, and its luxurious and comfortable enough for any long-lasting journey. It can also seat 7 if necessary.
Tuesday night was the big unveiling of the 2014 Range Rover Sport here in New York City. Daniel Craig, aka James Bond, was paid $1 million to drive the car into the unveiling. He then said nothing and left. Stealthy or shitty?
The Range Rover Sport has been leaking more than an old Triumph all day. Pictures have kept appearing over and over and over and over again. I feel like I own one. Well, here it is in person. Looks pretty good to me.
The Range Rover Sport is making its official debut this evening with a drive through Manhattan. But, as usually happens, a little bit of the Sport leaked the other week. Well, here's some more of it.
Hey look, it's the 2014 Range Rover Sport. We weren't supposed to see you until March 26th. Whoops!