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Does anyone have any idea how much longer the current (second) generation Range Rover Sport will continue? When is a major re-design expected?

I'm considering purchasing a CPO 2015 RRS, but if a new generation is going to be released in the relative near future, that would likely impact my decision.
 

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generally they go about 8 years per gen. new full size will get redesign first- probably in about 3 years (has been out since 2013 MY). sport-in about 4 years. probably see mules in a couple of years.

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There are no hints or rumours nor should there be this soon. This design has only been out 4 years, just received a face lift and is still filling orders as fast as dealers get their allotments. The 494 easily has another three years... possibly four.
 

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There are no hints or rumours nor should there be this soon. This design has only been out 4 years, just received a face lift and is still filling orders as fast as dealers get their allotments. The 494 easily has another three years... possibly four.
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Assuming following timelime, LR renewed RR/RRS now, next is new Evoque and DS facelift, then new defender, facelift D5, facelift Velar and after new launch of RR/RRS. That’s easy 4 years to the new model... ;-)
 

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3 or 4 years sounds right. I bought the 2010 facelifted version of the first generation and the L494 was in North America I believe in 2014 (although revealed in 2013?). so 4 model years later.

I think this 2018 update cost them a lot of money and I can't see them spending that just to stimulate sales for 1 or 2 years. Other brands do that but LR doesn't seem to.
 

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perfect said.
Assuming following timelime, LR renewed RR/RRS now, next is new Evoque and DS facelift, then new defender, facelift D5, facelift Velar and after new launch of RR/RRS. That’s easy 4 years to the new model... ;-)
This, plus possible new models might take up 6 months here, 12 months there & the focus is now on the electric/hybrid stuff anyway.
 
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