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Range Rover Sport HSE 'Red' unveiled at the New York Motor Show

Land Rover has revealed the new Range Rover Sport HSE 'Red' at the New York Motor Show. In addition the Range Rover Sport HSE 'Luxury' is also announced.

The new Red and Luxury models go one step further than the current sport model with a combination of exterior treatments and interior detailing.

Based on the HSE, the Range Rover Sport HSE Red (pictured below) comes in Firenze Red, Orkney Grey, Fuji White and Santorini Black. The Santorini Black mesh grille is highlighted by a Noble bezel and black surround. Bonnet badges and tailgate finisher are in Atlas Silver and the rear 'SPORT' badge is finished in Salsa Red. Striking fender vents provide a focus for the Red edition scheme with a bright red logo bar set against a Santorini Black grille and finished by an Atlas Silver surround. 20-inch alloy wheels add the finishing touch.

The interior is finished in the HSE Ebony colourway and there’s a choice of four dedicated seat trim styles.

The Range Rover Sport HSE Red is driven by 255hp 3.0 SDV6 diesel engine combined with the 8-speed automatic gearbox.

The Luxury edition features unique 20 inch five spoke alloy wheels, extended leather pack, heated steering wheel, contrasting stitching and the Harmon/Kardon LOGIC 7 Surround Sound system with 17 speakers delivering 825 watts.

Both the Range Rover Sport HSE Red and Luxury will go on sale in the UK from June 2012 with prices starting from £58,020.

Range Rover Sport HSE Red

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