Land Rover revealed its upcoming clean-sheet new redesign for the 2014 Range Rover Sport at the New York Auto Show, but today we have three confirmed images of the final production car thanks to an unauthorized Facebook leak at the VMax 200 page.
With 16,491 units sold in the U.S. in 2012, the Range Rover Sport was Land Rover's top-selling model. The new SUV features a design splitting the difference between the compact Range Rover Evoque, which debuted for 2012, and the full-size, ultra luxurious new 2013 Range Rover. The Sport features front and rear fascias with a similar streamlined look to the Evoque, sharing that car's sloping rear window and blacked-out window pillars. Despite the general rounding of corners, though, it still retains the muscular, upright stance of the company's flagship full-size.
Land Rover promises the Range Rover Sport will be its "fastest and most agile vehicle to date." We expect the buyer's choice of a supercharged V6, a 5.0-liter V8, or topping the range, a supercharged version of the 5.0.
You don't have to wait long for complete details. The Sport will be revealed, along with release date info and complete production specs, on March 26 live from the New York Auto Show.