Range Rover Sport SVR Gets "Carbon Edition" Overhaul

The 575 BHP SUV becomes even sportier.

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Land Rover Range Rover has updated its fastest and most powerful-ever model, the Range Rover Sport SVR, with a new “Carbon Edition” trim.

The “Carbon Edition” offers clients a more aggressive styling package for the SVR, giving the SUV an extensive amount of carbon fiber inside and out. On the outside you can find an exposed carbon fiber hood center section, front bumper insert surrounds, main grille and vent surrounds, 22-inch “Gloss Black” forged alloy wheels to match the overarching dark theme, new mirror covers, and a carbon fiber tailgate finisher.

Range Rover has updated the interior cabin with touches of carbon fiber all around, most notably updating the SVR-spec steering wheel, and has even clad the engine bay in carbon fiber. The engine stays the same — a five-liter supercharged V8 producing 575 BHP and 516 lb-ft of torque, which is good for a 0-60 MPH time of 4.3 seconds and an electronically-limited top speed of 176 MPH.

Take a look at the 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR “Carbon Edition” in the gallery above. You can find out more about the model on the dedicated Range Rover website. Pricing starts at $130,000 USD.

In other news, Mercedes-AMG has unveiled the GT Black Series.

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