Range Rover buyers can be roughly divided into two camps. For some, there is a status and big “just Range Rover”, for others – its younger brother Range Rover Sport. This hierarchy has existed since 2004 and remains even after the release of the third generation Sport. The new SUV is built on the already familiar MLA-Flex platform, and differs from the usual Range Rover only in a lean body and a list of available equipment. For example, the Range Rover Sport comes standard with an air suspension with dynamic pressure control in the air chambers, and for an extra charge they offer an air purification system with two nanoe-particle generators.