If you are a fan of the Land Rover, it looks like next year you will have the option to buy the brand-new 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HST. The HST limited edition model is going to give car shoppers a lot more choices when they looking for vehicles next year. For the most part, Land Rover has always been an upgraded, mid-range SUV, coming with plenty of features and luxurious options. If you are thinking about upgrading to the brand-new Land Rover next year, pricing and availability of it will be available later this year.
As far as features go, HST model features an exceptional 380 hp, 3.0 L supercharged V-6 engine that fits nicely in between the the entry-level 340 hp sport model and the very high-end 550 hp sport model that comes with the 5.0 supercharged V-8 engine. One of the most popular features for the exterior vehicles these days is darkened exterior lights and dark grey satin finish that is replacing many of the parts that used to come in chrome. The HST limited edition is not any different, and will feature the darkened exterior lights, a Santorini Black contrast roof and new spoiler giving in a sportier look.
On the inside of the HST limited edition, you will find Oxford leather with a black headliner adding to the luxurious feel an overall comfort. When thinking about the new Land Rover, other vehicles come to mind. The BMW X5, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, Mercedes-Benz M-class and the Porsche Cayenne. According to reports that is going to be the target competition when the Land Rover Sport arrives next year.
If you hook up the 380 hp supercharged V-6 engine, that model will come with the ZF 8 speed automatic transmission as well. The upgraded chassis has been tuned for sharper responses in the corners while the single speed transfer case and Torsen differential distribute power. As far as technology goes the Land Rover comes with a Terrain Response system, which adjusts your suspension, throttle settings, steering and comes with a unique “dynamic mode” program specifically for the HST model.
Other additions to the interior look and feel include ebony trim on the leather seats, HST badges on the dashboard and carpeting and paddle shifter and pedals that are metal plated. All the interior trim that is aluminum has been given a textured finish as well. According to reports, Land Rover is going to be at the New York auto show to introduce enhancements to the rest of the 2016 Range Rover line up, which includes engine upgrades and other technology.