This model appeared in the company’s lineup in 2005 gaining popularity with Land Rover Sport lease deals. The fresh modernization of the vehicle features the body design matching the current style of the company.
At the front, the car has narrower, simpler headlights and a narrower grille. The SUV receives an original front bumper with horizontally elongated air intakes, and additional lighting elements located along the edges.
The model also features retractable door handles. The front fenders have decorative inserts similar in shape to those found on the current model.
The most noticeable changes come at the rear, with new narrow headlamps, a raised trunk lid, and a license plate recess located in the bumper.
The most noticeable styling features of Land Rover Sport lease deals look beautiful, high-quality, energetic and balanced.
The SUV ‘looks’ at the world with a predatory view of LED headlights, which are adjacent to the radiator grille with a honeycomb pattern and a powerful bumper.
At the rear, the SUV looks sleek and slender. The credit for this belongs to stylish headlights, an impressive trunk lid, and two exhaust pipes implanted in the bumper.
The interior of the Land Rover Sport offers an aristocratic spirit – every detail is literally saturated with it. It has a solid multidirectional steering wheel with a four-spoke rim, an instrument cluster with a 12.3-inch wide screen.
The center console has two 10-inch screens (the upper one is responsible for infotainment, and the lower one is for climate control, chassis settings, etc.) and three rotary knobs – the interior of the car looks noble, attractive and modern.
The car takes pride in proven ergonomics, the highest workmanship and premium finishing materials (genuine leather, aluminum and others).
The vehicle is built on the new MLA-Flex modular platform that was already used in the previous model. The range of powertrains includes:
By default, the car is equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive transmission with a Torsen asymmetric limited-slip differential (the torque is usually divided between the axles in a ratio of 48:52, but if necessary, up to 62% of the thrust can go forward and up to 78% backward).
Land Rover Sport Deals are available in seven trims.
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