The low-slung SUV is currently Land Rover's best selling vehicle in Down Under.
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Jaguar Land Rover has sold its one millionth Range Rover Sport,16 years after the popular model was launched.

The low-slung SUV sits below the standard Range Rover in the line-up, and above the Range Rover Velar and entry-level Range Rover Evoque.

The Range Rover Sport made its debut in 2005, and was based on the Range Stormer concept released a year prior (below).

The second-generation variant – currently in production – came onto the market in 2013, and underwent a facelift in 2018.

The top-spec model produces 473kW from its 5.0-litre supercharged V8 powerplant, sent to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. As of 2021, a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant is also on offer.

The entry-level Range Rover Sport is priced from $106,113 plus on road costs in Australia.