While we knew the starting price of the 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport before it was even introduced last week at the New York Auto Show, we're now getting a better idea about how much it will cost to option up Land Rover's middle child. The automaker has launched the configurator for this new SUV, but as of right now, it only provides options for the base SE V6 model.

Starting at $63,495 (including $895 destination), the 2014 Range Rover Sport offers an entirely new batch of options from the current model, such as a seven-passenger seating arrangement, new safety and driving technology and a new package to make the SUV a more serious off-roader. Some of the new tech includes the $2,210 Vision and Convenience Package offering surround camera, blind spot monitor and park assist, while the new adaptive cruise control system (with low-speed operation) will run $1,295.

A key selling point for the new Range Rover Sport will likely be the "occasional use" 5+2 seating configuration adding another $2,750 to the bottom line, and the Extra Duty Package will bring a two-speed transfer case and automatic Terrain Response for $1,300. Other options include $2,000 for rear seat entertainment, $1,950 for Meridian Premium Audio and $2,100 for the Climate Comfort and Visibility Package, which delivers heated front and rear seats, heated windshield, adaptive headlights and a 16-way power driver's seat.

All in, the base Range Rover Sport SE can be optioned up to $77,850 – not including dealer-installed items – which is just about $2,000 less than the entry price for the Supercharged V8 model. Want more? Feel free to visit the configurator yourself.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      I could stare at the new RR for hours. Beautiful from all angles.
      john m
      • 2 Years Ago
      Lincoln needs a competitor to this.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Fugly. Serious off roader for $64K. ROFLMFAO.
        Virtually Rey
        • 2 Years Ago
        Few RR ever see off road use...like buying a 700hp car, w/o the intention of draggn it...which is fine by me That being said, love the RRS obviously these weren't the best photos or photo opt
      Jonathan Wayne
      • 2 Years Ago
      You can option it up pretty decently to about $80,000 but at that point a Mercedes Benz GL makes more sense.
      • 2 Years Ago
      No more standard heated windshield, huh? Guess that will please all the people who "lived" with the car for a day or two reviewing it and complained about the slightly visible heating element.
      VThom Thomas
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not sure where you got your information, but all models can be configured on the website, not just the base SE V6 as stated in the article.
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Evoque styling does not work on the Range. I'll be glad when people see it for what it is.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Is it just me or does this ute look like the new Ford Explorer
      Dan C
      • 2 Years Ago
      Um... If you go here: http://rules.config.landrover.com/jdxl/en_us/l494/ you can select any model to configure and see pricing on. That's from the main Range Rover Sport page and clicking "Customize" at the top.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I want the Range Rover V-8 options inside the evoque body. That is why I am a 2014 guy. V8 with seven seats and a sporty look...not the box look of the 2013 V8 range rover...
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