The initial home-market line-up will include four trims levels and a choice of three engines, the 192kW TDV6, the 218KW SDV6 and the range-topping 380kW supercharged 5.0-litre petrol V8 motor.
Along with a raft of luxury Range Rover features, the all-new Sport will boast innovative features such as Wade Sensing technology and the latest Park Assist system that includes new Park Exit and Perpendicular Park features.
Priced from £51,550 ($77,217) plus on-road costs, the entry-level Range Rover Sport SE comes standard with HD satellite navigation, air suspension and leather upholstery, while the HSE starts at £59,995 ($89,954) and adds 20-inch alloy wheels, perforated leather upholstery, 14-way electrically adjustable seats and paddleshifters.
The next step up is the HSE Dynamic trim, which kicks off at £64,995 ($97,451) and includes both additional styling and handling features such as a bright finish for the twin exhaust tips, gloss-black grille and vents, a twin-speed transfer box, Terrain Response 2 Auto and 21-inch alloy wheels.
The top-shelf Range Rover Sport Autobiography Dynamic will command a starting price of £74,995-plus ($112,445) and is equipped with High Beam Assist, configurable mood lighting, Meridian surround sound audio, illuminated sill plates, adaptive cruise control with Queue Assist, emergency braking and active front seatbelts.
The all-new Range Rover Sport makes its UK debut at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in May. Australian customers will have to wait until November, when the vehicle will be launched locally with a circa-$100,000 starting price.