As technologies advance, so must the cars on the road and with the latest generation Range Rover Sport, Land Rover has crammed it full with features to help you out as much as possible.
The new line of Range Rover Sports will be the most efficient in the model's history, as the Jaguar Land Rover Ingenium power units are used to offer cleaner driving without compromising the performance of the car. Fitted for the first time to the Range Rover Sport, the new 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium diesel will provide much lower fuel consumption and emissions than before, but as always a supercharged V6 with 340bhp will be available for added performance if wanted.
To make sure you're safe on the roads, Land Rover has fitted a series of semi-autonomous features, such as advanced tow assist – which uses a series of cameras and sensors to help you manoeuver your trailer without mishap – and low traction launch – which assesses the road surface and ensure you get the best get away on slippery and less-than-grippy surfaces.
The Driver Pro Pack includes adaptive cruise control with queue assist and intelligent emergency braking, with the 2017 edition of the pack adding blind spot assist and lane keep assist to ensure you stay on the straight and narrow as safely as possible.
Another new addition to the Range Rover Sport is the driver condition monitor, which detects steering inputs and factors in the time of day and journey time to warn the driver about possible fatigue. Inside, the latest InControl infotainment system is fitted to provide the driver with a 10-inch touchscreen and improved service systems to keep you up to date with the latest weather, news and so on.
With other great extra features, such as commute mode and door-to-door routing, the Range Rover Sport is filled with great tools for a comfortable experience wherever you go. For more details on the new Range Rover Sport and the technology available to it, contact your nearest Hunters Land Rover Centre.