Where once there was a fog light, now there's an air intake.

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Extra brake cooling, too.

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Quad exhausts help it stand out.

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See the spoiler on the back? It's not just there for cosmetic reasons.

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The SVR is lighter than the normal RRS.

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It still weighs 2.3 tonnes though.

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Its 542bhp V8 does hide that, though.

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It'll hit 62mph in less than five seconds.

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And it'll top 162mph.

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Yes, Land Rover is late to the high performance SUV party, but is that so bad?

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It meant there was time to get it right.

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In fact, the car was delayed six months to make sure it was the best it could be.

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SVO likens it more to a 911 Turbo than a GT3.

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So it's not going to punish you for wanting to go fast.

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Being a Range Rover it's also super capable off road.

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If it wasn't good in mud, heads would roll.

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The bizarre thing is how good it is on standard rubber.

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You might, feasibly, be able to drive from the top of Snowdon to Le Mans and do a cheeky lap on the same day.

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Now there's a thought.

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As a first 'proper' SVO car, the SVR is incredible.

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Lord knows what they'll come up with next.

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Probably a 200mph battle tank (they won't).

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Cool logo, no?

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