2018 Range Rover: First Drive Review
- Apr 17, 2018
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Wonder how much power money can buy? Well, Rs 2 crore and above should be worth about 575PS of power and 700Nm of torque. That’s what the supercharged V8 under the carbon fibre bonnet of the 2018 Range Rover Sport SVR develops, and now you can officially book one from any of the 27 Land Rover dealerships in the country. If you like showing off the luxuries you enjoy more than the power you weild, Land Rover is also accepting bookings for the more opulent Range Rover SVAutobiography.
Land Rover has not announced the booking amount or the prices of both the SUVs. Contact your nearest dealership for the full lowdown.
We’ve driven the Range Rover Sport SVR and here’s what Kartikeya had to say about it - “The SVR make for the ideal supercar for India. It can seat five, and can take a clobbering. It can off-road, and how.” Read the full review here.
We’ve also driven the 2018 Range Rover, albeit in its P400e plug-in hybrid form. You can check out the video review below.
Bookings of Range Rover Sport SVR and Range Rover SVAutobiography Now Open
The fastest and most capable Land Rover SUV, the Range Rover Sport SVR offers exceptional on-ground performance coupled with all-terrain capabilities
Slew of changes include a carbon fibre bonnet as standard, lighter sports seats and chassis to improve the dynamics of the Range Rover Sport SVR
The 423 kW Range Rover Sport SVR features an enhanced V8 supercharged engine that delivers 0-100km/h in 4.5 s
Range Rover SVAutobiography offers the pinnacle in performance and luxury in Long Wheelbase of 3.12 m or Dynamic form in Standard Wheelbase of 2.92 m
Rear Executive Class-Comfort seats with power deployable centre console and 24-way ‘Hot Stone’ massage seats in the front standard on SVAutobiography
19th June 2018, Mumbai: Jaguar Land Rover India has begun taking bookings of its luxurious and dynamic Range Rover SVAutobiography and Range Rover Sport SVR. Both these vehicles have received upgrades from the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team, thus enhancing their performance and feature quotient.
Rohit Suri, President & Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India Ltd. (JLRIL), said:
“The SVO’s additions have elevated the performance of Range Rover Sport SVR while enhancing the luxury quotient of the Range Rover SVAutobiography. The brilliance of SVO is reflective in the offerings of both SUVs that reinforce Land Rover’s legacy of excellence in style.”
The Range Rover Sport SVR is the fastest and most capable Land Rover SUV. For 2018, the enhancements to the Range Rover Sport SVR include an uprated 5.0 l V8 supercharged powertrain with 423 kW and a 0-100 km/h time of just 4.5 s. In addition, the engineers at SVO focused on controlling pitch under heavy acceleration and braking, and changes to the damping hardware have improved turn-in, mid-corner grip and body control.
Other highlight changes include a carbon fibre bonnet as standard with the option of an exposed one,a revised front bumper for enhanced cooling and braking and new lightweight SVR Performance seats.
Its sibling, the new Range Rover SVAutobiography enables peerless tranquility through elegant craftsmanship and resourceful technology. The Range Rover SVAutobiography is available in Standard Wheelbase (of 2.92 m) Dynamic form with 416 kW. The Range Rover SVAutobiography Long Wheelbase (of 3.12 m) is offered with 250 kW and 416 kW options and adds sizable value to the gracefully designed exteriors.
Standard on the SVAutobiography is rear Executive Class-Comfort seating with a power deployable centre console with premium veneer finishers and a multitude of seating variations including 24-way ‘Hot-Stone’ massage seats in the front. Amidst the car’s exhaustive portfolio of convenient features are Power Close rear doors, a concealed refrigerator, Pixel-Laser LED headlights with Signature DRLs and a Meridian Signature sound system.
The SVAutobiography gets body-coloured side vent graphics that are punctuated by Bright Chrome inserts, with Bright Chrome door handle surrounds and tailgate finisher. Unique 53.34 cm (21) and 55.88 cm (22) wheel choices complete the luxury design.
Designed for luxury performance, the SVAutobiography Dynamic has a tuned chassis, steering, exhaust and suspension and sits 8 mm lower than a standard Range Rover. Unique Graphite Atlas accents, distinctive Red Land Rover branded brake calipers and exclusive 53.34 cm (21) wheels add to the performance appeal of the vehicle.
Potent and Refined Engines
4.4 l SDV8 - 250kW/740Nm
5.0 l V8 S/Charged - 416kW/700Nm
5.0 l V8 S/Charged - 423kW/700Nm
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