Upright sides and a vertical front end, contrast with the sloping window and roof lines of the Sport, giving it the look to bear its name. Part classic Land Rover, part modern super-SUV, this is the most high-performance Range Rover you'll find--and it looks it.
Inside, the design is more of the same: classic Range Rover rectilinearity mixed with high-tech displays, a wealth of knobs and buttons to control the traction system, and fantastically finished materials, whether leather, wood, or plastic.
The gauges and displays are all easy-to-read, whether you choose the HSE or the faster Supercharged model. Both versions of the Range Rover Sport looks quite similar too, though aficionados will be able to spot the minor clues.