LONDON, April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The new Range Rover Sport had its official unveiling by Land Rover in grand style at the prestigious New York Motor Show recently. James Bond actor Daniel Craig added the touch of star quality to the event as he drove the new Sport the last bit of the way to the launch. The new Range Rover model is due to hit the market in September and Premiere Velocity is constantly updating its range of luxury, prestigious and supercar hire vehicles, including a choice of Sports.
The upcoming version of the Range Rover Sport was befitting of the special occasion as onlookers were left looking with awe and admiration at a scene that would not have been out of place in a Hollywood epic. The launch was said to have cost as much as £3 million and the audience was filled with many high-profile individuals all eager to get an exclusive glimpse of what Land Rover had to offer. The frequent flashes of the photographers' cameras ensured that the film premiere theme was maintained and motor industry experts cannot have failed to have been impressed by the Sport's substantial yet svelte design.
Available for the very first time as a seven-seater, this edition of the Sport is due to go on sale at around £55,000 this September. There is undoubtedly much prestige connected to such a model and the majority of its parts are unique, giving drivers the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a highly impressive and exclusive vehicle.It often takes vast sums of money to get the chance to drive a Range Rover Sport or indeed any other elite motor vehicle but it is not always necessary to own one outright. Premiere Velocity offer a magnificent selection of super cars to hire including Bugattis, Ferraris and Porsches, to name but three of the very top brands' vehicles on their books. By adopting a policy of limiting their stock to cars that are no older than two years and have a mileage of less than 20,000, Premiere Velocity is always first with the best vehicles for customers to hire. SOURCE Premiere Velocity Limited