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Range Rover Sport RS Prototype Spotted With Unique Blue Wrap

Range Rover Sport RS Prototype Spotted With Unique Blue Wrap

Range Rover Sport RS Prototype Spotted With Unique Blue Wrap

It is almost a full year since the very first prototypes of the 2015 Range Rover Sport RS were spied testing. Now, a new prototype has been spied with no real camouflage as such.

Instead of traditional black and white camo, this Range Rover Sport RS prototype features a very eye-catching blue, black and white wrap which would be more suited to a Range Rover at the Gumball 3000! When you manage to divert your eyes from the finish of the car, a new front apron can be seen along with a blacked out grille, new air intakes and splitter.

Additional visual changes include new sport wheels while at the rear, a new diffuser and quad-exhaust pipe system can be seen.

Powering the Range Rover Sport RS will be the same 5.0-liter supercharged V8 unit of the standard Range Rover Sport. However, power is expected to be lifted to a Jaguar XK-RS equalling 542 hp and 680 Nm of torque. As a result, the Range Rover Sport RS should accelerate to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds.

Due to this extra power, the car will inevitably require larger brakes and these are expected to come in the form of fade-free Brembo carbon-ceramic discs while tweaks will then be made to the traction control system, steering, transmission and dampers.

[Via World Car Fans]

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