While the Sport has a similar level of interior plushness as the stately Range Rover it is based upon, it focuses on maneuverability and handling prowess and less on ride comfort and off-road ability. Low range gearing is optional. Power comes from strong supercharged V6 and V8 engines mated to an eight-speed automatic. The Sport delivers an engaging driving experience, with taut, agile handling, but the ride is stiff and choppy. Some controls are behind the times, though the optional InControl Apps system lets the system mimic a smartphone interface. Rear-seat room is generous, but the optional third-row seat is tiny. A 254-hp, 3.0-liter V6 diesel and stronger SVR V8 version are new for 2016.