Originally Posted by IcedG35
which maybe it already is in terms of market positioning.
Not sure about that. The Range Rover starts at $90K, which, in terms of MSRP, makes it more of a GLS competitor (aside from 3-rows, of course). G-wagon starts at $130K.
In my area, the RR is more commonly seen than is the G-Wagon.
From the spy shots, this RR Sport looks pretty big, so I wouldn't surprised if Vantage's sources are correct (or unless the RR/RR Sport get merged into a single line).