The Range Rover Sport is a luxury-type sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced in the United Kingdom by Land Rover, a subsidiary of Tata Motors. The first generation was in production since 2005, and was replaced by the second generation Sport in 2013.
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... On 26 November 2004, Land Rover released the first photographs of the Range Rover Sport, a new model it planned to show to the public for the first time at the 2005 North American ... The Range Rover Sport is a production car development of the Range Stormer concept vehicle the company showcased in the 2004 North American International Auto Show ... Though called the Range Rover Sport, it was not merely a new specification within the Range Rover line-up, but rather an entirely new vehicle, based on the Discovery/LR3 chassis ...
... Discovery 3 Also called North America Land Rover LR3 (2004-08), LR4 (2009-) Production 2004–2009 Body style 5-door SUV Engine 2.7 L Ford AJD-V6/PSA DT17 TDV6 4.0 ... markets due to negative quality associations with the Discovery name and (according to Land Rover) a preference in the American market for alpha-numeric model ... Land Rover developed a body construction method, marketed as Integrated Body Frame (IBF), where the engine bay and passenger compartment is built as a monocoque, then mated ...
... Discovery 2011 ... Land Rover Discovery 4 SDV6 SE, Australia Also called North America Land Rover LR4 (2009–) Production 2009–present Body style 5-door SUV Engine 2.7 L Ford AJD-V6/PSA DT17 TDV6 3.0 L Ford AJD-V6/P ... grille and bumper to adopt the same smoother, rounder style as also adapted for the 2010 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport ... The D4 receives two engines from Jaguar Land Rover's 'Gen III' range ...
... The new Range Rover Sport seems to take on more of an Evoque styling, as did the full-size 2014 Range Rover ...
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