The entry-level model starts at $84,350.

The Land Rover Range Rover Sport is entering its third generation for the 2023 model year. Land Rover gives the Sport new styling inside and out, but many of the Sport’s features first appeared with the fifth-generation 2022 Range Rover.

Fresh Design, Familiar Underpinnings

The Range Rover Sport takes inspiration from the regular Range Rover for its design, featuring flush door handles and smooth styling, but that’s where the similarities stop. Land Rover dresses up the Sport with unique front and rear fascias. The Sport’s daytime running lights are the slimmest Land Rover has ever fitted to one of its vehicles, and the SUV delivers a 0.29 drag coefficient.

Underpinning the Sport is Land Rover’s MLA-Flex platform, which you’ll find underneath the 2022 Range Rover. That means the Sport offers many of the same chassis features, like the 7.3-degree all-wheel steering. Land Rover’s Dynamic Air Suspension is standard across the Sport range.

Power trains

Land Rover offers the new Sport with a pair of mild-hybrid turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six engines. It makes 355 horsepower (264 kilowatts) and 369 pound-feet (500 Newton-meters) of torque in the P360 SE, but that increases to 395 hp (294 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) in the P400 SE Dynamic.

Model Powertrain Horsepower Torque Price (After $1,350 Destination Charge)
P360 SE Mild-Hybrid Turbo 3.0L I6 355 HP (264 KW) 369 LB-FT (500 NM) $84,350
P400 SE Dynamic Mild-Hybrid Turbo 3.0L I6 395 HP (294 KW) 406 LB-FT (550 NM) $91,350
P440e Autobiography Plug-In Hybrid Turbo 3.0L I6 434 HP (323 KW) 619 LB-FT (839 NM) $105,550
P530 First Edition Twin-Turbo 4.4L V8 523 HP (390 KW) 553 LB-FT (750 NM) $122,850