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More bling for Range Rover Sport

29 March 2006

  • Range Rover Sport HST most expensive yet
  • £5500 for aggressive makeover
  • Performance unchanged

Range Rover Sport HST

If the standard Range Rover Sport doesn't have enough road presence for you, this new HST version might be the answer.

Land Rover reckons this 385bhp, supercharged model is the closest thing yet to the Range Stormer concept of 2004.

The most expensive Range Rover Sport to date offered gets an aggressive makeover with open-mouthed grille, deeper air intakes, rectangular tailpipes, unique 20-inch wheels and tail spoiler.

For the extra £5500 over a standard Supercharged car, at £63,000, the HST also comes with an electric sunroof, privacy glass and polished oak trim.

Performance is unchanged in every respect over the normal car with a 0-60mph time of 7.2sec and a 140mph top speed.

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