Unlike the Range Rover, the RR Sport gets an additional row of seats, making it a seven-seater. Engine options include the 3.0-litre diesel unit (296PS of power and 600Nm of torque) and the 5-litre supercharged V8 petrol engine (517PS and 625Nm). It's expected to be priced on the higher side of Rs 1 crore.

While its wheelbase is 178mm longer than that of its predecessor, its rear overhang is markedly shorter than before and the redesigned cabin offers both more rear-seat knee room and space for an optional pair of electrically powered, fold-down, child-friendly seats forming a third row, making this a ‘5+2’ SUV for the first time.