For 2018, the Sport SVR gets a power boost to 575 horsepower.

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A redesigned front end with a unique, freer-breathing bumper and fresh grille and headlamps are part of the update. 

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A new vented carbon-fiber hood is standard equipment.

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This particular treatment, with an exposed carbon-fiber weave in the center, is optional. Full body color is standard.

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If you can't tell an SVR from its more aggressive looks or its snarlier exhaust note, there's always the badges.

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An eight-speed automatic handles shifting duties. In addition to a manual gear-change detent, there are also shift paddles.

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Just because the SVR is the Sport's most street-oriented model doesn't mean that it isn't a solid off-roader, too.

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Don't worry, if you can afford one, you can pay someone to clean it after you're done having fun.

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You can't see it here, but the driver is probably still appreciating the much-improved Touch Pro Duo infotainment inside.

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Off to hunt the BMW X5M and Mercedes-AMG GLE63.

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