Land Rover has revealed its new Range Rover Sport SV, a high performance flagship that will replace the previous SVR and rival top-end high performance SUVs from Bentley, BMW and even Lamborghini. This new SV (note, not SVR) will be priced quite a bit higher than its predecessor, which used to kick off at around £100,000, but comes with lots of new tech, luxury and performance to justify its ambitious new price tag. Initially launching in a loaded Edition One specification, it will cost an astounding £171,460 when deliveries commence in early 2024. 
Key to the new Range Rover Sport SV’s deliverables is its performance. Like all new V8-powered Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models, the new SV features a BMW-sourced 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged engine that in this specification produces 626bhp. This is equal to BMW M’s most potent (non-hybrid assisted) application of this engine as found in the previous M5 CS, and a 59bhp rise compared to the SVR’s supercharged V8. Torque is also up 50Nm to 750Nm.

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2024 Land Rover Range Rover Sport SV Checks In With 626 HP And A $200,000 Price Tag

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