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  1. Peel back all the New York glitz, glam and double agents, and it turns out the all-new Range Rover Sport boasts a pretty damn impressive set of statistics in its own right. Here are the figures you really need to know…

    420kg - Weight saving of the new RRS over the previous-generation V6 diesel. The new version weighs just 2115kg

    Read the full story on the new Range Rover Sport 

  2. 500 - Number of times, per second, the Sport’s adaptive dynamics system monitors and responds to its sensor readings

    Read the full story on the new Range Rover Sport 

  3. 22 inches - Size of the biggest alloys available. The smallest wheels are not-so-modest 19-inchers

    Read the full story on the new Range Rover Sport 

  4. 100% - Amount of torque the RRS’s two-speed transfer box can throw to either front or rear wheels, depending on grip available

  5. 546mm - Axle articulation, against 373mm for the Audi Q7

  6. 50mm - More ground clearance than last-gen RRS, thanks to new height-adjustment system

  7. 850mm - Wading depth. Sensors on the wing mirrors warn the driver when the water’s getting too deep

  8. 92*C - Temperature range encountered in RRS’s development phase. The car was tested in conditions ranging from -42*C to 50*C

  9. 4.9 seconds - 0-60mph time of range-topping 500bhp V8 RRS, making it the quickest-accelerating Range Rover in history

  10. 67dB - Road noise reaching the cabin at 30kmh on a rough track, compared to 70dB in the Porsche Cayenne

  11. 60% - More sustainable materials than in the last RRS. The new car is 85 per cent recyclable

  12. 6% - More aerodynamic than last RRS, thanks in part to more steeply raked front screen

  13. 1700 watts - Output of the Sport’s top-spec ‘Signature’ audio system, which includes 23 speakers. That’s a lot of speakers

  14. 28% - Increased body stiffness over last RRS, thanks to new all-aluminium structure

  15. 4 - Number of cylinders in upcoming entry-level diesel, which will be the first four-cylinder in the RRS’s history when it arrives later this year

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