A Fully Loaded 2023 Range Rover Sport Is Cheaper Than You Think

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The build configurator just went live, and there are plenty of things to splash out on.

After being forced to keep quiet for what felt like an eternity, we were finally allowed to discuss the all-new 2023 Range Rover Sport yesterday after the embargo lifted and the sleek and sporty SUV was revealed to the world. Immediately, we got to work ranking our favorite features of the car, and as you can imagine, none of them come cheap. But exactly how much they would cost was a mystery until this morning, when we realized that the build configurator had gone live on the Land Rover USA site. We've now specced the most expensive Sport possible, and it's not cheap, but also not as expensive as you might think.

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Four variants are available: the Sport SE ($83,000 base price), the Sport Dynamic SE (from $90,000), the Sport Autobiography (from $104,200), and the Sport First Edition which costs $121,500. This comes as standard with 23-inch Style 5135 wheels, 22-way heated and ventilated massage front seats with memory, heated and ventilated power reclining rear seats, and semi-aniline upholstery.

Four colors are available to choose from here, each at no cost: Santorini Black, Firenze Red, Giola Green, and Varesine Blue. We chose the striking crimson color, but this doesn't really gel with the Satin Burnished Copper accents, so we swapped these out for gloss black by adding the $750 Black Exterior Pack. Next, you get privacy glass as standard, but having it laminated costs an extra $450. Painting the wheels in gloss black adds another $350 while red brake calipers cost nothing and adding a full-size spare wheel costs $560. A panoramic glass roof is standard, with the entire floating roof available in body color or gloss black at no charge.

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Next up, we added Advanced Tow Assist for 450 bucks and a tow hitch receiver for $750. Moving to the interior, an 11.4-inch rear-seat entertainment system is available at $3,150. A two-tone headlining costs a much more reasonable $150, but although we prefer the plain black, we're aiming for the highest price possible, so we added that along with Natural Black Veneer accents ($410) in place of the standard First Edition Satin Forged Carbon. A heated steering wheel added another $300 to the price while an upgrade to the Meridian Signature Sound System set our virtual bank account back a further $4,550.

The Cold Climate Pack, with its heated windshield, washer jets and steering wheel (if not already specified) costs $640 while the Convenience Pack adds a powered gesture tailgate, a cargo space partition net, and rear window sunblinds at a cost of $470. Rubber mats form part of the Premium Interior Protection & Storage Pack ($650) while wheel locks and valve caps come in the Wheel Protection Pack for $190. Mudflaps set you back another $350, while deployable side steps cost $4,200 and an emergency kit costs $70.

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Moving on, and you can spend $350 to get a front center console refrigerator compartment and $540 to get a cabin air purification system. A WiFi hotspot with a data plan costs another $360 while domestic plug sockets add $150 to the bill.

All other options and trim choices carry no cost, so our total comes to a scary $143,480 including the $1,350 delivery and destination charge. That seems like an awfully high price to pay, but keep in mind that specifying every single charged option possible only added a relatively low $20,630 to the base asking price. Does that make it a bargain? No, but if you add all the available options to a 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, you'll be sitting with a bill of over $200,000. Relatively speaking, the Range Rover Sport is not bad at all. Then again, the inevitable SVR variant will probably be in the Porsche's ballpark.

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