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2014 Range Rover Sport eye candy ahead of debut

Having already seen what the new Range Rover is all about, you may have wondered what happened to the 2014 Range Rover Sport? Well that question has finally been answered as the all-new SUV will have its debut at the 2013 New York Auto Show later this month.

However, if you are a little eager then we have some eye candy for you in the form of a teaser video above and an image below. Land Rover knows that their biggest market for Range Rover Sport sales is in New York, which is why on March 26 the new SUV will be driven around Manhattan — what better way to promote their new model.

That’s not all, there is to also be a live broadcast of the unveil HERE on the same day, although in order to view you will need to register for an invite. It will be worth it because this is said to be the fastest and most responsive Range Rover Sport yet, so learning more about this will give you a valuable insight.

2014 Range Rover Sport teased ahead of debut

We have no reason to doubt this when you consider that the latest Range Rover has also made some huge strides to make it more agile, so just imagine what they have done with their sportier model?

While there is a huge choice of SUVs available, there is no denying that this British made model is the best in terms of “engineering and technological innovation.”

As yet we have no idea how much this all-new Range Rover Sport will cost, what those all-important specs will be or when it will be released, so let’s hope that most of those questions will be answered on March 26. Details thanks to Land Rover.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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