The highly anticipated arrival of the New Range Rover Sport was celebrated at an exclusive, invitation-only event at Carriageworks in Sydney. Guests witnessed an immersive, sensory preview of the most desirable, advanced and capable model to date.

People entertaining in dark

The edgy, industrial backdrop of Carriageworks was illuminated with intriguing graphical lighting and floor-to-ceiling visuals of the Icelandic spillway seen in the Range Rover Sport’s famous Spillway Film. Viewed over 1 million times globally, the film showed James Bond stunt driver Jessica Hawkins demonstrating the Range Rover Sport’s incredible grip, traction and performance under extreme conditions. 

Through these cinematic visuals, guests were transported into a giant canyon of Icelandic rock, with the sensation of water flowing rapidly around them and underfoot. An hour into the event the room went dark, with illuminated LEDs of rushing water cascading down the walls, creating an awe-inspiring reveal of the new models. Television hosts Mark Beretta and Nikki Phillips brought the features of the New Range Rover Sport to life, before inviting guests to explore the vehicles.

A man interacting with the public

Live performances by Sneaky Sound System and Sydney Dance Company reflected the dramatic, modern and unique character of a vehicle that once again redefines sporting luxury.

The girl middle of the crowd

Land Rover Managing Director Penny Ferguson said, “after much anticipation and excitement, it brings us great pleasure to present the first viewing in Australia of the latest evolution from the Range Rover Family, the New Range Rover Sport. The Range Rover Sport sets new standards in luxury SUV and truly peerless refinement, perfectly balancing performance, innovation, technology, and design.”

Range Rover front view

The New Range Rover Sport is available in SE, HSE and Autobiography specifications, with a First Edition available throughout the first year of production featuring a specially curated specification.