The biggest giveaways to this Range Rover's sportier pretenses are the quad exhausts integrated into the rear bumper and the gaping intakes in the front fascia (we suspect the Sport RS' fording ability is down, relative to the standard model). Eagle-eyed readers can also see the uprated brakes, complete with bright blue calipers. Under hood should sit the same 550-horsepower V8 found under the hoods of cars like the Jaguar XKR-S, XFR-S and F-Type R.
Now, it's still unclear as to where the hotter Range Rover Sport will debut. The 2014 New York Auto Show, which is just about three weeks away, seems a likely contender, considering that the standard Sport debuted there last year. That said, Land Rover enjoys very, very high demand in China, which makes the Beijing Motor Show at the end of April a strong possibility, as well. Regardless, we should hopefully expect to see this new Range Rover soon.