Range Rover hasn’t strayed from that magic formula of comfort, speed and quality with its Sport model.
Not much has changed on the outside; customers will get updated LED headlights, two-bar grille and some sportier bumpers. Interior changes are more extensive with a new touch screen system reducing the amount of buttons and clutter on the dash and all fittings are more luxurious than its predecessor.
The HSE spec features everything you would ever need, but there are still plenty of opportunities for upselling with adaptive cruise control (£1,370), DVD entertainment system (£2,202) and premium sound system (£978).
Land Rover is trying to reduce emissions and boost economy but its e_terrain technology is still only returning 30.7mpg and churning out 243g/km of CO2.
Customers can choose to offset the emissions of the car through Land Rover and by doing so get a badge near the tax disc to pacify eco-warriors.