2023 Range Rover Sport Drops Camo, Shows More Of Its Sleeker Styling

2023 Range Rover Sport Drops Camo, Shows More Of Its Sleeker Styling

The camouflage is starting to come off the 2023 Range Rover Sport as a modestly disguised prototype has been spied being loaded onto a transport.

While the pictures aren’t the best, they give us a better look at the model’s front bumper which features two horizontal intakes as well as two vertical ones at the outside edges. The model also sports a more pronounced front lip and what appears to be ‘floating’ fog lights.

Elsewhere, we can see a slender grille that is flanked by evolutionary headlights. The model has also been equipped with a rounder hood, streamlined bodywork, and familiar front fender vents. They’re joined by power retractable door handles, a pronounced shoulder line, and chunky side skirts.

Also Read: 2023 Range Rover Sport Spied With An Evolutionary Design

Rounding out the highlights are slimmer taillights and a slopping roof that meets a larger spoiler. Designers also moved the license plate recess from the liftgate to the rear bumper.

Spy photographers haven’t gotten a look inside yet, but the cabin will likely follow in the footsteps of the new Range Rover. This means we can expect a minimalist design as well as higher quality materials. The model could also be equipped with a 13.7-inch digital instrument cluster and a 13.1-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system.

Engine options will presumably be shared with the Range Rover and this means we can expect an assortment of options including a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder that produces 395 hp (295 kW / 400 PS) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. Customers should also be able to opt for a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 developing 523 hp (390 kW / 530 PS) and 553 lb-ft (749 Nm) of torque. If that’s not enough, the upcoming Range Rover Sport SVR may crank things up to 617 hp (460 kW / 625 PS).

Since variety is the spice of life, the Range Rover Sport may also be offered with two plug-in hybrid powertrains. Certain markets, such as Europe, should also see a handful of diesel options.

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Picture credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien for CarScoops

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