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Range Rover Sport interior, tech and comfort

2022 onwards (change model)
Comfort rating: 4.8 out of 54.8

Written by Keith Adams Published: 6 June 2023 Updated: 8 September 2023

  • Pivi Pro infotainment system is excellent
  • Elegant, high-quality cabin design
  • Excellent long-distance comfort

How is the quality and layout?

As you’d expect from a car sitting near the top of the Range Rover model line-up, the interior oozes class. All trims and materials feel good to touch, lending it an air of quality that’s up there with the BMW X5 or Audi Q7 and Q8 – quite a feat considering this hasn’t always been Land Rover’s strongest asset. We’re also impressed by how close it feels to the more expensive full-sized Range Rover.

Compared with the aforementioned Range Rover, the Sport’s interior feels more cocooning – you feel as though you’re sat in the car rather than perched on it, helped by a lower seating position and higher windowline. The centre console is higher too, and controls are oriented more horizontally than vertically. For most drivers, this layout feels comfortable and logical, and unintimidating for such a large car.

Range Rover Sport front interior close
Steering wheel mixes physical and touch-sensitive controls.

Infotainment and tech

The dashboard is dominated by two screens – an 13.7-inch one for driver information and an 11.3-inch display for the Pivi Pro infotainment system. These are both excellent to use, with pin-sharp clarity and an interface that makes sense and is largely very simple to use. Such a massive step from what came before. One or two functions are a couple of button presses further away than we’d like, though, marking it down from a perfect 10.

You do still get a pair of physical climate control dials underneath, which we like to see, along with a set of buttons for driving the air con’s major functions. Here, things are a little let down – as the panel feels cheap and isn’t that nice to use. Older Range Rovers had a screen here, which looked better, even if functionally, it wasn’t any better.

Range Rover Sport infotainment
Touchscreen infotainment is responsive and easy to use.


  • Very comfortable up front
  • Supportive, well-shaped seats
  • Rear passengers are well catered for

The seats in the front adjust in every way you can imagine, and provide excellent support – they’re also wide enough to make even very large people feel secure without hemming them in. The rear seats are equally good, and all passengers enjoy a good view out courtesy of big windows. And it goes without saying that overall comfort is outstanding on even the longest of journeys.

Whoever you decide to accommodate they’ll enjoy luxurious surroundings optionally swathed in so-called ‘Ultrafabrics’ – this is an animal-free alternative to leather and it feels very nice to the touch. Seats are heating and chilled, with optional massaging function, depending on which model you choose, further enhancing comfort.