New Range Rover Sport Photos and Details

New Range Rover Sport, fat boy slim. Why I called the new Range Rover Sport, fat boy slim? Very simple! New Range Rover Sport looks exactly the same as Range Rover Evoque, despite the enlarged size Range Rover Sport is 420 kg lighter than predecessor model. Thus, fat boy slim definitely matches with the Range Rover Sport.
The press event of the Range Rover Sport was presented by the Daniel Craig, James Bond. And the presence of Daniel Craig cost $1 million to Land Rover!
So what is new with the New Range Rover Sport?
New Range Rover Sport is now half a tonne lighter than the predecessor, which is a very big improvement thanks to aluminium structure. Thus, the handling and driving experience are definitely improved. Another important improvement is the optional 5 + 2 seating. Unfortunately, Range Rover never offered 5 + 2 seating position and lost quite a bit of market share to its competitors. Now, 7 people can experience the agile and sporty character of the Range Rover Sport. Despite the improvements in agile character, Range Rover Sport does offer serious off road capabilities, thanks to new Terrain Response 2 system, off road driving is easier than before.
The engine offered by the Range Rover Sports are; two petrol engines, 5.0-litre 510PS V8 and the new 3.0-litre 340PS V6. Also, two diesel engines 3.0-litre 258PS TDV6 and 292PS SDV6. Moreover, 4.4-litre 339PS SDV8 diesel version will be available soon to compete with the BMW X5 / X6 M50d. All engines are coupled with 8-speed automatic gearbox. And also there will be a four-cylinder petrol engine will be available in future.
New Range Rover Sport offers head up display, traffic sign recognition and Wade Sensing technology, which enables vehicle to identify the depth of the water. These technologies are quite new to Range Rover, and I can see that Land Rover wishes to keep up with its competitors.
The interior is exactly the same as the Range Rover except the gear knob. Range Rover Sport offer Jaguar F-Type gear lever, which is way better. Literally, new Range Rover Sport is less utilitarian and more luxurious, unlike the predecessor model.
My personal opinion, new Range Rover Sport does look good and offers competitive technology with respectful level of luxury inside the cabin. And I am definitely sure that, new Range Rover Sport is really fun to drive and looks way better than before! However, it will be too early to say that it is the best SUV with sport character because we don’t have the new BMW X5 yet. Until that time, Range Rover Sport is the new king.

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50 Years of James Bond: Bond Cars And Bond Girls Part 1

James Bond Skyfall, nowadays we tend to hear these from many people around us. The latest Bond movie!

This year is special for the James Bond, it is the 50thanniversary. The first James Bond movie was filmed in 1962, Dr No with Sean Connery and Ursula Andress. And the series followed by 22 movies.

Since 1962, James Bond became an icon of luxury lifestyle, charming women, fast cars, exotics places and eccentric technologies (Most of which can be purchased from Amazon now). Thanks to James Bond, the world’s most dangerous job spying, perceived as the dream job.

During the 50 years, James Bond had many Bond Girls and Bond Cars. I did a very comprehensive research to bring you all Bond Girls and Bond Cars since 1962. If you find any mistakes, please let me know :)

Part 2 | Part 3

50 Years of James Bond:

Bond Cars And Bond Girls Part 3

Sunbeam Alpine 
From Russia With Love (1963) (Sean Connery)

Daniela Bianchi

Bentley Mark IV
Goldfinger (1964) (Sean Connery)
Honor Blackman
Thunderball (1965) (Sean Connery)
Claudine Auger
Aston Martin DB5
You Only Live Twice (1967) (Sean Connery)
Mie Hama
Toyota GT2000
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) (George Lazenby)
Diana Rigg
Aston Martin DBS
Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (Sean Connery)
Jill St. John
Ford Mustang Mach 1
Live And Let Die (1973)  (Roger Moore)
Jane Seymour
Chevrolet Impala Convertible
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50 Years of James Bond: Bond Cars And Bond Girls Part 2

Here is the second part of the Bond Cars and Bond Girls. Placing all photos in one article will increase time to read, so I separated the post into parts.

The Man with Golden Gun (1974) (Roger Moore)
Britt Ekland
AMC Hornet
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) (Roger Moore)
Barbara Bach
Lotus Esprit S1
Moonraker (1979) (Roger Moore)
Lois Chiles
MP Lafer
For Your Eyes Only (1981) (Roger Moore)
Carole Bouquet

Octopussy (1983) (Roger Moore)
Maud Adams
Range Rover Convertible
A View to Kill (1985) (Roger Moore)
Tanya Roberts
The Living Daylights (1987) (Timothy Dalton)
Maryam D’abo
Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante
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