2022 Range Rover Sport Infotainment

 The Touch Pro Duo infotainment system in the Range Rover Sport has its ups and downs. The dual-screen setup is contemporary, the menu layouts are simple, and the screens are visible from the driver's seat. However, some settings require multiple steps to adjust, and the screen response time is a little slow.

2022 Range Rover Sport

2022 Range Rover Sport Infotainment and Connectivity

The Range Rover Sport's climate and infotainment systems, which were significantly redesigned just a few years ago, are controlled by two large 10.0-inch touchscreens. The design is undeniably contemporary and appealing. It's also easy to use, with simple menus and clean graphics, but the infotainment system is a little slow to respond to user inputs. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, and a 12.3-inch screen in front of the driver displays a fully configurable digital gauge cluster.

Two 10-inch touch screens, navigation, an eight-speaker Meridian audio system, satellite radio, HD Radio, Bluetooth, USB ports, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and a Wi-Fi hot spot are standard infotainment features.

Wireless device charging, three Meridian audio systems (with 13, 19, or 23 speakers), and a rear-seat entertainment system are among the available infotainment features.

Dual-zone automatic climate control and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster are also standard.

A panoramic sunroof, tri- and quad-zone automatic climate control, a refrigerated centre console, and Land Rover's Activity Key are also available (a waterproof wristband that lets you lock and unlock the vehicle)