The coupe model is expected to set new standards for Range Rover’s design, interior and on-road dynamics. A lot of the extra agility and sportier handling will be down to the F-Pace’s suspension bits and lightweight aluminium body. At around 4.7m long, this new model will be a little shorter than the X6 and the Mercedes GLE Coupe and in fact, will fit between the Evoque and the Range Rover Sport.
Under the hood, this sportier derivative will offer a range of six and eight-cylinder diesel and petrol engines, however, it’s not yet clear if it will get the four-cylinder engines from the Jaguar F-Pace. It could also feature the all-electric powertrain that Jaguar Land-Rover is developing for its I-Pace electric vehicle.
We expect the Range Rover Sport Coupe to be revealed sometime next year. When launched, it will take on the BMW X6 and the Mercedes GLE Coupe.