Performance will be tuned to Range Rover is a snarling sleeper
Not too much long that you’d get laughed at for suggesting an SUV that could post an 8-minute, 14-second lap around the Nurburgring Nordschleife. Thanks to advancement that is taking place in modern technology in modern time, that’s not a joke, but rather the lap time has posted by the Range Rover Sport SVR.
As that SVR is largely an aggressively that has tuned Range Rover Sport Supercharged. Main amongst the changes is that supercharged 5.0-liter V-8, which is upgraded to make a huge 550 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque. The extra 40 hp and 41 lb-ft are good to see, but the exhaust fitted along with which it makes everything to come alive, particularly after you press the “make it loud” button on the center console.
The SVR is fitted with larger intakes in the front bumper which manages the extra heat, the only important cosmetic change made in this is that additional cooling for the six-piston Brembo front brakes that would clamp down on 15.0-inch rotors is added as well.
As the tachometer climbs toward redline- the Sport accelerates will just rapidly hits 60 mph within 4.5 seconds, keep it in mind that this is a 5,148-pound four-wheel-drive SUV that’s as capable off-road as any other Range Rover.
In Dynamic mode the throttle response has been sharpened so that the exhaust crackles on throttle lift, and the gearbox will be holding gears when it shifted manually. The combined aural experience makes the RRS SVR a hoot to blast from stoplight to stoplight.
Unlikely outside and the inside of the SVR looks and feels properly very special. The carbon-fiber-trimmed and red-and-black two-tone interior made as a sporty and youthful cabin fitting of a Range Rover custom which was ordered by a pro athlete.
For those times when the V-8’s snarl might not be the desired soundtrack, the optional 1,700-watt Meridian Signature audio system would fill your ears with as much aural pleasure as they desire or blow your eardrums out and whichever comes first. It will add an eye-popping $4,450 to the price.
One area where the RRS SVR will truly be lacking is the presence. Need to maintain the Range Rover’s signature off-road capability means an aggressive factory body kit wasn’t going to happen, and the subtle cosmetic modifications do nothing to make it stand out more than a standard Range Rover Sport. Regardless, if you absolutely need to get through the OHV park as fast as possible, this Range Rover is an excellent choice.