2023 Range Rover Sport Spied, Engine, Top Speed & 0-60 mph

2023 Range Rover Sport has been in the works for a new-generation model by Land Rover. The camouflaged prototype has been spotted many times since early 2020. Now, again the performance SUV has been spotted with full-body camouflage, throwing off some details.


What’s New?

The SUV looks unchanged compared to the current generation model, but when observed closely you can notice the new redesigned shape of headlights, the redesigned bumper, and the new shape of the air intakes.

2023 Range Rover Sport Spied
2023 Range Rover Sport Spied

From the rear, you won’t notice much of a difference but from the looks, the Sport will get horizontal corner light units rather than the tache style of lamps seen on the Latest Range Rover that extend across the trunk lid. Also, the Sport adopts the same recessed door handle style seen on cars like the Evoque.

Although the images don’t show the interiors but we can expect a minimalist design, with plenty of high-quality materials, a similar template to the 2022 Range Rover. Just like its big brother, the Sport could also be equipped with a 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster and a 13.1-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system.

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Performance, 0-60 and Top Speed

2023 Range Rover Sport Spied
2023 Range Rover Sport Spied

The engine options are also likely to be the mirror of full-size Range Rover, a choice of six-cylinder and BMW-powered 4.4L V8 engines delivering up to 523 hp and 749 Nm of torque, also a 617 hp for the SVR variant. Offered in two trims, the 434 hp P440e and the 503 hp P510e, the Range Rover PHEVs combined with a 38kWh lithium-ion battery, a 105kW electric motor and a 3.0L inline-six-cylinder engine. The top model can get from 0-60 mph in just 5.3 seconds and achieve an impressive 176 mph of top speed.

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2023 Range Rover Sport Spied
2023 Range Rover Sport Spied

The pricing hasn’t been revealed for new 2023 Range Rover Sport yet, but with all these upgrades this will cost a premium over the current line-up starting at $69,500 and the SVR at $115,500.


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