Range Rover Sport review

Category: Luxury SUV

Section: Interior

Range Rover Sport interior dashboard
  • Range Rover Sport front cornering
  • Range Rover Sport rear cornering
  • Range Rover Sport interior dashboard
  • Range Rover Sport interior rear seats
  • Range Rover Sport infotainment
  • Range Rover Sport right tracking
  • Range Rover Sport front right tracking
  • Range Rover Sport rear cornering
  • Range Rover Sport right static
  • Range Rover Sport headlight detail
  • Range Rover Sport alloy wheel detail
  • Range Rover Sport badge detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior front seats
  • Range Rover Sport interior steering wheel detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior detail
  • Range Rover Sport boot open
  • Range Rover Sport front cornering
  • Range Rover Sport rear cornering
  • Range Rover Sport interior dashboard
  • Range Rover Sport interior rear seats
  • Range Rover Sport infotainment
  • Range Rover Sport right tracking
  • Range Rover Sport front right tracking
  • Range Rover Sport rear cornering
  • Range Rover Sport right static
  • Range Rover Sport headlight detail
  • Range Rover Sport alloy wheel detail
  • Range Rover Sport badge detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior front seats
  • Range Rover Sport interior steering wheel detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior detail
  • Range Rover Sport interior detail
  • Range Rover Sport boot open
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In this section:
  • Driving position and dashboard
  • Visibility, parking sensors and cameras
  • Sat nav and infotainment
  • Quality

Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Driving position and dashboard

The Range Rover Sport offers a brilliant driving position. There’s a logical relationship between the placement of the wheel and pedals, and a very wide range of adjustment with the steering wheel and the front seats (which can be heated and ventilated depending on your spec – and can give you a massage, too).

The sitting position is said to be 20mm lower than in the Range Rover in an attempt to offer a more sporty feel. To that end, the windscreen is more steeply raked, the centre console is placed a little higher towards the driver and the steering wheel is slightly smaller. On paper, all of that sounds like a big difference, but in reality you still feel like you’re at the helm of a very big, tall luxury SUV.

You get a 360-degree surround camera as standard, along with all-round parking sensors. On Autobiography trim and above, you get a rear-view mirror that, at the flick of a switch, becomes a screen showing a view from the back of the car. It lets you see behind you even if the boot is loaded to the roof, and is available as an option lower down the range. 

Range Rover Sport interior dashboard

Sat nav and infotainment

Every Sport gets a 13.1in touchscreen infotainment system that responds swiftly to inputs. Its resolution is impressive, and there are not too many sub-menus to dig through to find a particular function.

Amazon Alexa, and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come as standard so you can use your phone apps rather than the Land Rover system.

New car deals
Target Price from £80,325
or from £874pm
Swipe to see used and leasing deals
Nearly new deals
From £68,495
Leasing deals
From £899pm