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2017 Range Rover Sport SVR: Too Good To Be True

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With what the 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR will have to offer, nothing is going to make is slow down anymore.

Land Rover revealed a little more about their new Terrain Response 2 system on their upcoming 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR highlighting the fact that the Range Rover Sport SVR will not slow down even on looser terrains.

In the normal tarmac, the 2017 Range Rover Sport SVR will only need 4.7 seconds to go from 0-62mph. As impressive as that sounds, what impressed us the most was that the Range Rover Sport SVR was still able to hit 62mph in 5.2seconds on grass, and sand.

On mud, the vehicle will need 6.3 seconds while on snow, the Sport SVR will need 11.3 seconds to get to 62mph. All of this just prove how versatile the Range Rover Sport SVR is.

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