Say Hello To SVR: A New Breed of Land Rover

Debuting at Pebble Beach on August 14, the V8 supercharged, 550-hp SVR — a new designation being adopted by future Land Rover and Jaguar high-performance models — will do 0-60 in 4.5 seconds reaching a top speed of 162 mph. Wearing the SVR badge for the first time, the Land Rover will unleash their most powerful, fastest model to date with the new Range Rover Sport SVR.

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The 5.0L supercharged V8 engine will not only throw your neck back, but the 8-speed auto transmission and four-wheel drive chassis is designed to take on any weather or demanding road conditions, as we’ve come to expect from the unrivalled SUV. Now equipped with a race car inspired electronic two-stage exhaust, the new Range Rover Sport SVR rolls on distinct 22-inch alloy wheels as well as 21-inch with all-season tires for better all-terrain ability.

…will do 0-60 in 4.5 seconds reaching a top speed of 162 mph.


Outside, the Range Rover Sport SVR retains it’s sleek, invading, yet compact posture, but the new SVR styling design enhancements nicely set this model apart from the Sport lineup; same for the cabin, including unique bespoke custom sport seats.

2015 Range Rover Sport SVR front view

For all-terrain needs, the SVR Sport is equipped with full-time four-wheel drive and a two-speed transfer case including a low-range option for tough situation, plus an upgraded air suspension with automatic ride height adjustments toggling between two ride heights.

Built in Britain, the  new Range Rover Sport SVR will  debut in a few days at Pebble Beach August 14.

Check out this 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR Video

 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR side view2015 Range Rover Sport SVR rear view