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It will be available in three trims namely Dynamic SE, Dynamic HSE and Autobiography

Jaguar Land Rover India has launched the 2022 Range Rover Sport at a starting price of Rs 1.64 Crores (Ex. Showroom, India) in the country. It will be available in three trims namely Dynamic SE, Dynamic HSE and Autobiography while a First Edition will be on offer throughout the first year of production, featuring a specially curated specification. The 2022 Range Rover Sport bookings have started at the company authorized dealerships in the Indian market while it directly rivals Volvo XC 90 and Porsche Cayenne.


Design-wise, the 2022 Range Rover Sport boasts of an assertive front-end with a stealth-like front grille, Digital LED lighting units and signature DRLs. The SUV rides on Satin Grey alloy wheels while there are Satin Burnished Copper finishes at the bonnet louvres and side ingots. The front grille and Range Rover lettering are finished in Matte Graphite Atlas. Tactile and lightweight Ultrafabrics premium textiles are on offer, finished in attractive new Duo Tone colourways, while a unique textile option that extends to the dashboard and door detailing is also available. Alternatives include luxurious Windsor or soft Semi-Aniline leather options. Based on the flexible mixed-metal architecture (MLA-Flex), the SUV features Dynamic Air Suspension with switchable volume air springs – a Range Rover first.


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