2016 Range Rover Sport Owner's Manual
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The most important innovation of the 2016 Range Rover Sport is that it can be equipped with one of two different all-wheel drive systems – a simplified, with a single-stage transfer case, without downshift and with a Torsen limited-slip differential instead of an electronically controlled multi-plate clutch, and a classic, capable, as far as necessary, to transfer the entire moment to any of the axles, in contrast to the simplified one, where the front wheels will get no more than 62% of traction, and the rear wheels – no more than 70%. Naturally, the simplified all-wheel drive system will not be as good in very difficult conditions, but it is 18 kg lighter and, which is also important, cheaper than the classic system.
At the time of the presentation, the Range Rover Sport engine range consisted of four power units – two gasoline with a mechanical supercharger (5-liter V8 with a capacity of 510 hp and a 3-liter V6 that produces 340 “horses”) and two diesel (TDV6 with a capacity of 258 hp and 292-horsepower SDV6 displacement of 3.0 liters each).
However, during the year, Land Rover promised to expand the range of powertrains with a 4.4-liter diesel engine with a capacity of 339 hp. with., as well as a hybrid installation based on a diesel engine. All Range Rover Sport benzine and diesel engines are mated to an 8-speed ZF 8HP70 automatic transmission.
The most powerful version of the 2016 Range Rover Sport SUV, despite the curb weight of more than two tons, accelerates to 100 km/h in less than five seconds.