Last winter, Land Rover unveiled the pulse-quickening Range Stormer concept, translating the brand values into a high-performance machine. The concept was chock full of innovative technology and enthusiast bits, including Land Rover Terrain Response, Alps electronic systems, Hella interior and exterior lights, and Alcoa 22-inch forged alloy wheels. The production vehicle is expected to launch in 2005 as a four-door model, with a two-door to follow a year later. Powerplant will be shared with the LR3, putting a 300-hp V-8 under the hood. A supercharged variant is certain to follow. Smaller than a Range Rover, this Sport model is sized like the BMW X5, and it will answer the German automakers' challenge with the highest-performance Land Rover ever. Click to watch the Ford Luxury Vehicle Video.