Most obvious is the narrower grille with only two instead of the three bars known so far.
Also modified are the air-intakes in the wings – and they hint to the real news only to be found under the bonnet.
This prototype employs the soon-to-come 5.0-litre V8 diesel engine, rumoured to be equipped with a supercharger and direct injection.
Currently there are four different variants of the Range Rover Sport available in Australia.
- TdV6 Wagon 2.7DT - $88,990
- V8 Wagon 4.4i - $110,990
- V8 Wagon 3.6DT - $110,990
- Super Charged Wagon 4.2S - $139,990
Read our Range Rover Sport review.