The new generation of the Range Rover Sport has been recently spied in the Mojave Desert, where the popular SUV has been recently tested.
While most automakers choose to test their brand new models in cold weather on the Old Continent in winter time, the British based car company Land Rover has chosen the Mojave Desert in order to test its new generation of the Range Rover Sport. The model in question has been tested in hot weather and the video posted below is showing some interesting angles of the SUV, along with one unique image with its interior design.
The brand new 2014 Range Rover Sport has already been tested for a few months now and the model is expected to weigh 300 kg less than the outgoing version. The base entry-level version of the 2014 Range Rover Sport is expected to use a turbocharged V6 diesel engine, which should be good for 255 BHP and 442 lb-ft of torque. The lineup will be completed by a supercharged V8, with just over 500 HP. A hybrid might also make its way onto the market. More details on the new Range Rover Sport generation are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its debut.
Source: Car Scoop