When we hear the name Range Rover Sport, we instantly think of a sportier, fancier version of flagship SUV we all know and love. This is actually untrue. The Range Rover Sport is actually smaller, less powerful, and less expensive. Seating five comfortably, the Range Rover Sport has pretty much remained the same for the 2011 year and nothing has really been changed since its last update in 2010.
The last update gave us the option to get the Sport with either 510-hp or 375-hp. The standard model has front brakes that are four-piston units mated to 14.2-inch ventilated front discs, while the rear brakes are single-piston units with 13.8-inch rotors. The Sport also has improved steering response along with new features for those who like to take it off-road.