Land Rover revealed, ahead of 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the new 2015 Range Rover Sport Stealth Pack. According to the official press release, the new Stealth Pack offers a new set of exterior design enhancements such as a satin black front grille and grille surround, satn black fog lamp bezels, bonnet and fender vents, satin black upper mirror caps and tailgate finisher.
In addition, there are non-reflective headlamp and taillight surfaces. The design is completed by the 21-inch 9-spoke or 22-inch 5-spoke wheels in satin black finish with gloss black wheel nuts.
Land Rover says that the new Stealth Pack will be available on HSE Dynamic and Autobiography Dynamic derivates. Customers who want one can have a choice of six engines.
This means that the vehicle can be ordered with a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 that generates 510 hp, a 3.0-liter SDV6 diesel that delivers 258 hp, a 4.4-liter SDV8 that delivers 339 hp, but also the supercharged 3.0-liter V6 that develops 340 hp as well as two more engines.
All vehicles are bolted to the advanced electronically controlled ZF 8HP70 8-speed automatic gearbox. The Range Rover Sport also comes with an upgraded air suspension system that offers two ride heights as well as with the Terrain Response 2 that automatically selects the most suitable terrain programme.
2015 Range Rover Sport Stealth Pack can be ordered starting July, while first deliveries are expected to reach their customers by the end of the year.
Land Rover has given the new Range Rover Sport with a progressive exterior design that aligns the appearance of the SUV with the latest Range Rover line-up. The new Sport reinterprets the strong design genes of the current model, sporting a sleek and contemporary look accentuated by its sloping roofline.
Compared to the previous model, the new Sport -- at 4,850 mm in length – is around 62 mm longer, but remains shorter than other seven-seat SUVs and most E segment sedans. This means that the new Sport is more maneuverable and easier to park. Its wheelbase has also been extended by 178 mm, which results to a more spacious interior and easier access to the rear compartment. Compared to new Range Rover from which it was derived, the new Sport is shorter by 149 mm, lower by 55 mm lower and lighter by 45 kg.
Freshly interpreted design cues for the new Sport include the signature clamshell bonnet, side fender vents and the floating roof. Furthermore, the new Sport comes with fresh interpretations of the dynamic wheel arch graphic, horizontal feature lines on the body as well as characteristic rocker moldings.
Although the new Sport still retains its already powerful character, its front end has been given a more modern, streamlined look thanks to its rearward sloping grille flanked by slimmer lights, as well as more sculpted corners.