2016 range rover sport HST model debuts at 2015 new york auto show
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making its global debut at the 2015 new york auto show, the 2016 range rover ‘sport HST’ vehicle offers an enhanced driving experience by featuring an upgraded 380PS 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine. building upon the brand’s already established high performance, the model also has unique chassis settings that help deliver its skills and provide sharper responses, without compromising the brand’s recognizable comfort. improving its capabilities further, it is equipped with terrain response set-up, featuring dynamic mode which optimizes suspension, electric power assisted steering and other electronic systems that suit on-road conditions.

the 2014 range rover sport pictured in the snow




david mitchell, vehicle program director range rover sport, said: ‘the HST extends our range rover sport line-up giving customers even greater choice. sitting between the existing 340PS range rover sport 3.0-litre V6 supercharged and the 550PS supercharged variant, it delivers enhanced V6 performance to go with range rover sport’s renowned comfort and refinement.’

the 2014 range rover sport pictured in the snow




decorated in a striking black theme, the range rover ‘sport HST’ has a purposeful profile thanks to its stealth pack lamps, santorini black contrast roof and a new spoiler. furthermore, the luxury SUV is fitted with distinctive 21-inch allow wheels which are finished in dark satin grey, bonnet and front wing vents, grill and fog lamp bezels that are all covered in gloss black. inside the car’s sculpted body, the interior possesses eye-catching duo tone seats which are trimmed in elegant oxford leather, all-ebony door trims and a center console, to create an individual environment. as well as announcing the revealing of the ‘sport HST’ at the american-based automobile event, the british brand are set to announce a line-up of enhanced 2016 range rover models that have an emphasis on improved practicality and desirability.