That gets you a First Edition model with every option box ticked.
There’s a new Range Rover Sport in the mix, with a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 borrowed from BMW available in First Edition specification. The sleek SUV now has 523 horsepower (390 kilowatts) available to all four wheels, resulting in a 0-60 mph time of 4.3 seconds. The 2023 Land Rover Range Rover Sport First Edition starts at $122,850, so you’ll have to pay for it.
Special beginning trims are frequently offered with practically all available features as standard equipment, and the Land Rover First Edition is no exception. That isn’t the case with the Range Rover Sport First Edition, as we immediately learned via the automaker’s online configurator. We racked up $18,340 in options, bringing our most expensive grand total to a whopping $141,190. That includes a mandatory $1,350 destination charge.
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What does one get for that extra 18 grand? The spending spree begins with an exterior blackout package for $750 that nixes most of the chrome. That doesn’t include black wheels, however, which will cost you another $350. Add another $560 for a full-size spare wheel, and if you want to tow with your sporty SUV, Tow Assist is $450. Curiously, Land Rover also lists the receiver hitch setup as a $750 option.
Black veneer trim is a $410 option on the inside. It costs $540 for a cabin air filtration system, and $360 for mobile Wi-Fi with a data package. There are several interesting packages available as well, such as the $640 Cold Climate group, which includes amenities such as a heated windshield. The $470 Convenience bundle adds features including a gesture-controlled tailgate. Rubber floor mats and cargo carriers are among the goods included in the $650 interior protection and storage bundle. There are a few extra amenities that, when added together, might add another $1,000 to the bill.
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If you’re good at math, you’ll realize that we’re still far away from $18,340. We’ve saved the biggest add-ons for last, and it’s just three options. A rear-seat entertainment system costs $3,150 and includes two 11.4-inch screens for second-row occupants to watch. Deployable side steps are a $4,200 option. And the most expensive item is the upgraded Meridan Signature Sound System with 29 speakers and 1,430 watts of power, costing $4,500.
Since the First Edition model is only available for 2023, we did a quick most expensive run on the Range Rover Sport Autobiography. It starts at $105,550 and trades the V8 for a plug-in hybrid powertrain with a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six, good for 434 hp (324 kW). We won’t go through all the optional items, but with everything checked you’re looking at $133,420.
The 2023 Range Rover Sport order banks are open now. Models should be available starting later this year.