The pricing includes a $995 destination charge and reflects a $700 increase over the base 2016 Range Rover Sport.
A range of enhancements to the 2017 Range Rover Sport include new driver assistance technologies, including Advanced Tow Assist, which helps with the task of reversing while towing a trailer.
Other new technologies include Intelligent Speed Limiter, which reads speed limit signs and automatically adjusts the vehicle's speed.
A new Driver Condition Monitor warns the driver if signs of fatigue are detected.
Low Traction Launch helps the driver pull away from a standstill on low-grip surfaces such as mud, wet grass or ice.
In the cabin, a larger touchscreen features a new 10.2-inch display.
Land Rover said buyers can pick from 19 new exterior colors, including pearlescent white and "sophisticated" grays.
Edmunds says: Tech-minded luxury buyers will appreciate the new features designed to make their lives easier behind the wheel of the 2017 Range Rover Sport SUV.