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You can find 280 different trims/engines for the Range Rover Sport and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2005 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Range Rover Sport is a luxury SUV manufactured by the British company Land Rover.

Land Rover displayed the Range Stormer Concept Car as a forerunner for the Sport at the 2004 Northern American International Auto Show.

The original concept was a rounded sporty 3-door model designed by Richard Woolley which is now stored at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon, Warwickshire.

The first generation followed on from the concept car in 2005 up until 2013 built as a body-on-frame configuration borrowed from the third generation Discovery to ensure rigidity and reduce costs.

This new Range Rover Sport was slightly smaller than its Discovery counterpart with a pumped-up air suspension to create three ride heights. These heights could be changed using Land Rovers patented ‘Terrain Response’ allowing the driver to choose from 5 modes via a switch in the cab.

When the Range Rover Sport was tested by Thatcham’s for its new security features it achieved a 5 star rating for theft of the car and 4-stars for the theft from car.

2009 saw a facelift giving the Sport a more rounded appearance with the intent to make it more aerodynamic.

It was around this time that Greenpeace began protests against the Sports fuel emissions which they claimed contributed to the greenhouse effect.

The second generation came out in 2013 and was showcased at the New York Auto Show in Manhattan.

This launch was attended by celebrity Daniel Craig due to the car's links with the James Bond movies.

The new model was 4 inches longer than its predecessor and now used an all aluminium monocoque body to reduce weight considerably.

There was a marked overall performance improvement and a new front bumper and a large black grille also helped differentiate this new model.

The new Sport also had 21-inch wheels with various engine configurations including a 5-liter supercharged V8 producing up to 550 hp shared with the Jaguar F Type.