Sports car speed in a luxurious off-roader comes at a price, however.
With Evoque styling, the Jaguar F-Type’s 5.0-liter supercharged V8, spectacular off-roading capabilities and sumptuous luxury, the Range Rover Sport could be described as the ultimate car. Matt Farah is a bit late reviewing the all-new RR Sport but it’s a car we think is so perfect it deserves all the air time we can give it. The Range Rover Sport does have a downside, however. Despite outrunning a Boxster from zero to sixty and having more ground clearance than a Wrangler, all that brilliance comes at a price.
Fully loaded, you’re not getting much change from $100,000, and if you push it as hard as Farah, economy can drop to a lowly 7 mpg. But if this isn't a problem to you, this is the car to own.