2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Driven

2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Driven

From nose tackle to running back.

Sometimes, what a carmaker leaves off is as important as what it puts in. On the new Range Rover Sport, for instance, you will no longer find two 42-pound iron weights hanging off the back corners of the undercarriage. Those weights acted as mass dampers—but they were also a blatant indication that, with the outgoing Range Rover Sport, fat was no object. The new version jettisons the weights, switches from body-on-frame construction to unibody, and trades its steel body panels for aluminum. The result is that the formerly porcine Sport sheds a whopping 800 pounds.

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