gallery_2015-land-rover-range-rover-sport-svr-photo-622416-s-1280x782 content_2015-land-rover-range-rover-sport-svr-photo-622419-s-1280x782 content_land-rover-range-rover-svr-08-1 content_land-rover-range-rover-svr-09-1Land Rover has just created the most powerful Range Rover yet, the 2015 Sport SVR. The vehicle produces 550-horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque with its 8-cylinder engine, while its advanced ZF 8HP70 eight-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel-drive chassis have been tuned to complement the astonishing performance. The SVR boasts a 0-60 mph time of just 4.5 seconds and an electronically limited top track speed of 162 mph.

The exterior design maintains the handsome look of Range Rover, while functionally boosting cooling and aerodynamic efficiencies. Similarly, a modified interior featuring sport seats provides visual differentiation and offers increased support during spirited driving. The seats are finished in luxurious Oxford leather with ribbed, quilted centers, Ebony Black top stitching, eye-catching reflective piping, and all feature the Range Rover Sport SVR logo.

The Range Rover Sport SVR is a muscular but aerodynamic vehicle, this is seen in the front bumper with trapezoidal air intakes, dark Range Rover script on the clamshell hood, which also features revised vents, and a new grille in a dark finish that contrasts with the headlights’ LED signature lighting. At the side of the vehicle, an all-new fender incorporates a distinctively designed vent, while unique side moldings add muscularity. At the rear, prominent Range Rover Sport SVR badging and a pronounced high-level spoiler with a centrally mounted brake light signal the vehicle’s sporting intent. The unique rear bumper features a gloss black diffuser, which incorporates unique quad exhaust pipes.

Differentiated by quad exhaust pipes, the Range Rover Sport SVR is equipped with a two-stage active exhaust featuring electronically controlled valves that optimize sound quality, performance and aesthetics.

The Range Rover Sport SVR chassis has been tuned for enhanced agility. Constructed mainly from lightweight aluminum components, the suspension is fully independent and double-isolated, with wide-spaced double wishbones at the front and an advanced multi-link layout at the rear.

Learn more at Range Rover.

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