The Range Rover Sport returns to the lineup, adding a dose of performance to the all-new flagship SUV. Potential buyers won't be disappointed in powertrain options for 2023 — four engines are available, from a mild-hybrid making 355 horsepower, a 434 horsepower plug-in hybrid, and the range-topping 523 horsepower, twin-turbo V8. The new chassis comes with air suspension and all of the electronic controls one would expect, including all-wheel-drive, four-wheel steering, active suspension control, and a variety of driving modes. A redesigned interior has new 22-way climate-controlled seats, a Meridian Audio system with nearly 1,500 watts of power, noise cancellation technology, and compatibility with the smartphone of your choice. The big news, however, comes with the announcement of a full-electric Range Rover coming in 2024.