The premium carmaker marked the occasion with a commemorative film highlighting some of the famous landmarks this luxury performance SUV has crossed over its 15 years in production.
Range Rover Sport made its debut in 2005, with the current second-generation riding in New York City in 2013 with the assistance of actor Daniel Craig.
The company said that it had set a new record in its launch year on the Pikes Peak Hill Climb course in the US and then set the fastest recorded crossing of the Empty Quarter desert in Saudi Arabia.
In 2018, Range Rover Sport completed a world-first for a vehicle driving up the 999 steps to the renowned Heaven’s Gate in China.
In 2020, Range Rover Sport was rebranded with the new Ingenium six-cylinder diesel engines using mild-hybrid technology, new special edition models, and the previously-launched P400e PHEV powertrain.