2023 Range Rover Sport SVR Prototypes Spied Testing With Heavy Camouflage

For the 2023 model year, Land Rover is planning to release a much more recent version of the Range Rover Sport, and prototypes of the next SUV have already been sighted testing in dense camouflage. Although the information is still lacking, the camouflaged prototypes indicate a thorough redesign for the well-liked SUV. Range Rover must differentiate itself from its rivals, including BMW, Ford, and Mercedes, in the SUV market.

Another prototype appears to have been spotted in Colorado based on the visible registration plates. This is consistent with Land Rover’s longstanding practice of rigorously testing its vehicles in a variety of climates and driving environments to ensure they meet the brand’s strict standards.

The highly camouflaged prototypes suggest that Land Rover is working on significant aesthetic changes for the Range Rover Sport, including a more aggressive front end and a revised rear end. The interior is also expected to receive a makeover with new technology and features to keep up with the latest trends.

One of the engine options for the Range Rover Sport is a powerful V8, delivering an impressive amount of horsepower and torque to satisfy even the most demanding of drivers. Additionally, the vehicle will also be available with a range of hybrid inline six-cylinder-powered models. The SUV will be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.2 seconds thanks to this engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive. The base model for the Range Rover Sport SVR starts at $83,000, while the higher six-cylinder powered models have a starting price of $122,850.

Land Rover has not disclosed the specific improvements and changes to the Range Rover Sport, but we can anticipate that they will include the latest technology and safety features, as well as better performance and fuel economy.