The 2014 Range Rover Sport might have been confirmed for a summer release date, but this doesn’t mean that impatient fans can’t take themselves online and build their own dream models from the ground up – welcome to the all-new 2014 Range Rover Sport configurator.
To get things off the ground, you’ll of course need to start out with the base model of the new Range Rover Sport, which comes in at $63,495. This sum will stretch to a 3-liter supercharged V6 engine that’s good for 340BHP, while there’s also the option of a 5-liter supercharged V8 that ups things considerably to 510BHP.
The V8 options in Autobiography and Supercharged and trims, which will be up for grabs for $93,295 and $79,995 respectively.
And for anyone starting to feel like all of the above is adding up to a pretty expensive package, you’re not far wrong. As far as the base model version of the 2014 Range Rover Sport goes, you’re still looking at a $10,000 bigger outlay that the latest Porsche Cayenne and a sizeable $7,000 more than this year’s BMW X5 Premium.
What the 2014 Range Rover Sport does have going for it above and beyond its rivals however is the immense scope for customization and premium refinement, as the configurator sheds a good deal of light on. The base-model’s SE trim comes with leather seating as standard, while the HSE version steps up to heated seats and a further $1,980 investment shares the feature with the rear-passenger seats.
There’s also the rather ostentatious Meridian sound system with 19-speakers (?) and peak power output of 825-watts for a hefty $1,950, or the completely OTT 23 speaker 1,700 watt version that takes things up an extra $6,3000.
You get the idea though – take a look at the official website and see just how easy it is to take the 2014 Range Rover Sport to the brink of insanity and then boot is clean over the edge.