For the 2013MY, Land Rover has limited changes to some new colors, wheels and interior trim.
The Range Rover Sport has been given fresh new paint finishes, new alloy wheel designs, and new interior trim options. "The Range Rover Sport was substantially revised in 2011 with major powertrain enhancements and raised equipment levels to reinforce its outstanding breadth of capability. This year we're going one step further, offering even more choice with some great new colour combinations and detail improvements," says John Edwards, Land Rover Global Brand Director.
Exterior design changes made in for the 2012MY are complemented by a new five-spoke cast alloy wheel desing in Sparkle Silver and five new body colors, namely: Barolo, Barossa, Causeway, Havana and Mariana. Two new trim combinations allow customers to opt for a dark upper cabin with lighter colored seats or the opposite way round. A new carbon-fiber veneer pack is also on offer, while the Supercharged model now comes with Red Brembo brake calipers as standard. Engine line-ups are unchanged for 2013. The 3.0-liter diesels are good for 256hp & 443lb-ft; and 211hp & 384lb-ft of torque.
The naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter gasoline engine produces 375hp & 376lb-ft; and the flagship 5.0-liter Supercharged offers a mighty 510hp & 461lb-ft of torque. All engines drive through ZF automatic transmissions; with diesels coupled to 8-speed and gasoline units mated to a 6-speed.