Car review: New Range Rover Sport proves its worth on and off road

In Singapore, the Range Rover Sport is likely to be found wafting in near silence down expressways. Photo: Range Rover
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MADRID, Spain – The late Queen Elizabeth II famously used to drive herself about, even well into her 90s. And her ride of choice, more often than not, was a Range Rover – quite a change from the military trucks that, brazenly defying convention, she worked on and drove as part of her wartime service in her youth.

So, the unveiling of the new Range Rover Sport, which I attend the day after Her Majesty’s death on Sept 8, is an especially poignant occasion – conducted with respectful solemnity by a marque that has held a royal warrant for decades. 

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