The Range Rover Sport V8 Supercharged is a complicated creature.
It's derived from one of the greatest off-roaders of all time,
but secretly it wants to be a sports saloon.
It's less practical, but better looking. Faster on the road,
but less capable off of it. It's also quite expensive.
It might be smaller than the Range Rover, but its still sizable.
There's plenty of interior space and cargo room too. The trim
quality isn't up there with the flagship model, but its also
far from lacking. The sport feeling extends to the seats, which
are more body hugging, and the overall position is one more
akin to a large car than an SUV.
Powering the Range Rover Sport V8 Supercharged is a 4.2 litre
Jaguar-developed all-aluminium V8 which produces around 390
horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque.
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