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Rumormill: Range Rover Sport and Evoque rumored to get RS versions

By Jonathon Ramsey

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A report in Autocar claims that Jaguar’s RS badge and its herd of extra horsepower is walking across the aisle to the Land Rover stable. Autocar sources say the Range Rover Sport and Evoque will get RS designations, the supercharged V8 in the Sport RS getting cranked up to “at least” 542 horsepower, the 2.0-liter EcoBoost in the Evoque RS getting 300.

The magazine has spy shots of an extra potent Sport testing at the Nürburgring, slight changes to the lower parts of the SUV giving it away as a ringer. Supposedly, with the same horsepower (or more) than the RS cars in the Jaguar fold, Land Rover wants it to get from 0-60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds; that would make it just 0.1 second shy of the same run in a Jaguar XJR. The Evoque RS is said to be arriving first, perhaps this year, with the Range Rover Sport RS coming next year.

Range Rover Sport and Evoque rumored to get RS versions originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 29 Jul 2013 16:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Spy Shots: Land Rover LR4 getting facelift and interior refresh

By Brandon Turkus

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Land Rover is preparing a slight freshening of the its seven-passenger, mid-range LR4 (known outside of North America as the Discovery 4). The LR4/Disco 4 is currently the second oldest model in the Land Rover range, besides the mostly forgotten LR2/Freelander, and while it’s still a competent entry, its age is beginning to show.

This refresh should allow it to soldier on until a replacement can be built, which logic would dictate is to be called LR5/Discovery 5. Until then, the current SUV gets the typical batch of headlight tweaks, along with a freshened front bumper. The side mirrors are new as well.

On the inside, we can also expect a long-awaited upgrade to the infotainment system. Jaguar and Land Rover have both struggled in this regard, so here’s hoping the new system offers an improvement.

The big news for the LR4 will come under its hood. Jaguar Land Rover as a whole has already phased out the excellent but thirsty 5.0-liter V8, with the only holdover being the supercharged variant. That means the V8 LR4 is not long for this world. Look for it to be replaced by the same supercharged, 3.0-liter V6 that’s offered as a base engine in the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. As with the Jaguar XF we tested, ZF’s eight-speed automatic would likely harness the V6’s power.

Expect to see a refreshed LR4, likely before the end of 2013.

Land Rover LR4 getting facelift and interior refresh originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 19 Jul 2013 17:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Spy Shots: Is Land Rover developing a Range Rover Sport R?

By Zach Bowman

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Our spy photographers believe Land Rover may be hard at work on a new, higher performance version of the company’s Range Rover Sport. The creation you see here was spotted hopping around the Nürburgring, complete with a reworked front fascia that boasts larger air inlets. Those intakes could be feeding a more potent driveline with more than the 510 horsepower found in lesser Sport models. This machine could be a more venomous Range Rover Sport R.

Of course, the standard 2014 Range Rover Sport is nothing to sneeze at. Engineers pulled a baffling 800 pounds from the SUV compared to the previous generation thanks to a complete aluminum substructure. Packing 510 horsepower from a supercharged 5.0-liter V8, the performance SUV should have no trouble getting up and hustling. Stay tuned for more details as they become available.

Is Land Rover developing a Range Rover Sport R? originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 17 Apr 2013 09:28:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Official: 2014 Range Rover Sport configurator reveals new option pricing

By Jeffrey N. Ross

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While we knew the starting price of the 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport before it was even introduced last week at the New York Auto Show, we’re now getting a better idea about how much it will cost to option up Land Rover‘s middle child. The automaker has launched the configurator for this new SUV, but as of right now, it only provides options for the base SE V6 model.

Starting at $63,495 (including $895 destination), the 2014 Range Rover Sport offers an entirely new batch of options from the current model, such as a seven-passenger seating arrangement, new safety and driving technology and a new package to make the SUV a more serious off-roader. Some of the new tech includes the $2,210 Vision and Convenience Package offering surround camera, blind spot monitor and park assist, while the new adaptive cruise control system (with low-speed operation) will run $1,295.

A key selling point for the new Range Rover Sport will likely be the “occasional use” 5+2 seating configuration adding another $2,750 to the bottom line, and the Extra Duty Package will bring a two-speed transfer case and automatic Terrain Response for $1,300. Other options include $2,000 for rear seat entertainment, $1,950 for Meridian Premium Audio and $2,100 for the Climate Comfort and Visibility Package, which delivers heated front and rear seats, heated windshield, adaptive headlights and a 16-way power driver’s seat.

All in, the base Range Rover Sport SE can be optioned up to $77,850 – not including dealer-installed items – which is just about $2,000 less than the entry price for the Supercharged V8 model. Want more? Feel free to visit the configurator yourself.

2014 Range Rover Sport configurator reveals new option pricing originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 03 Apr 2013 19:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Land Rover to Use All-Aluminum Unibody for a Number of Upcoming Models

By Jens Meiners

Land Rover is refining its lineup with fresh styling, high-tech platforms, and downsized engines. This strategy is becoming visible in the brand’s new lineup, which includes an entirely new Range Rover and an equally new Range Rover Sport. What’s somewhat less visible, however, is the streamlining that’s taking place within the brand’s platform portfolio.

Up until recently, the brand used four different platforms: the Ford-derived EUCD platform for the Land Rover LR2 and the Range Rover Evoque; a standalone platform for the ancient Defender; an integrated body-on-frame platform for the LR4 and the Range Rover Sport; and a standalone platform derived from the first-generation BMW X5 for the now defunct, third-gen Range Rover. In the near future, Land Rover will keep the Evoque and the LR2 on their current platforms; every other model will use a variations of the new, lightweight D7 platform launched with the new Range Rover.

We’re hearing that this architecture will accommodate an upcoming long-wheelbase version of the Range Rover, which is likely to be unveiled in 2014. The LWB Range will be tailored specifically to the Chinese market, but there is a historic precedent: The first-gen Range Rover also was offered in long-wheelbase form. Land Rover has confirmed a diesel-hybrid for the Range Rover, and we hear it will be based on the brand’s 3.0-liter V-6 turbo-diesel. It likely won’t be offered in the U.S., however, even though its consumption could shame the gasoline-hybrid offerings by other automakers.

Land Rover DC100 concept.

In addition to the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport models already introduced on the new D7 underpinnings, this platform will serve as the foundation for two new vehicles: the next-generation Discovery/LR4 and the next-generation Defender. We understand the the LR4 will continue to move upmarket and that it will revert to the Discovery moniker next year, when we expect the new model to arrive.

The next Defender, however, is perhaps the most difficult challenge for Land Rover to tackle. The current model, essentially the same vehicle that was launched in 1948, is an automotive icon with a rugged appeal matched by few other vehicles on the market. It was last sold in the U.S. market in 1997; it carries on dutifully in Europe and elsewhere.



For more than a decade now, Land Rover has been discussing whether it’s worth continuing to update the Defender in order to meet today’s safety and emissions standards. Consistently strong customer demand has provided the anwer so far: a resounding yes. The DC100 concept, first shown at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show and intended to test the waters for a successor, was strongly disliked by the target group, and …read more
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New York: We obsessively covered Day One of the 2013 New York Auto Show

By Steven J. Ewing

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New York, New York – it’s a helluva town. We’re closing the books on the first day of our New York Auto Show coverage, and we’re hitting the town for some wining and dining, not before resting up for another big day of Big Apple debuts tomorrow.

In case you missed any of today’s action, here’s a roundup of what hit the stage today at the Jacob K. Javits Center. Have a good night, and we’ll be back bright and early with all the rest.

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New York: Range Rover Sport evokes a little bit more lust for 2014

By Seyth Miersma

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Land Rover has substantially updated the appeal of its middle-child Range Rover Sport at this year’s New York Auto Show, giving the model a new look, a new powertrain and an optional new third row. Functionality abounds.

As we outlined yesterday, the 2014 Range Rover Sport can now be had with a 340-horsepower, supercharged 3.0-liter V6 engine, for an opening price of $63,495 in SE trim. Start ticking options boxes on the Range Rover website, and you’ll end up with a 510-hp supercharged 5.0-liter V8 mill at the heart of your $93,295 Range Rover Sport Autobiography. No matter how lushly you specify your Sport, however, you’ll now have the ability to haul two more small children (or unhappy, normal sized adults) in the optional foldaway third-row seating.

We’ve got live images of the 2014 Range Rover Sport, fresh from the floor of New York‘s Javits Center, for your approval. Browse at your leisure or scroll down for a second pass at the Land Rover press release.

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Range Rover Sport evokes a little bit more lust for 2014 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 27 Mar 2013 11:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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2014 Range Rover Sport Photos and Info: Nearly Half a Ton Lighter and Packing Eight Speeds [2013 New York Auto Show]

By Ron Sessions

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Land Rover Range Rover Sport” is quite a mouthful, but the lengthy moniker hasn’t disadvantaged the British luxury sport-utility in the marketplace. In fact, the Range Rover Sport was Land Rover’s top seller in the U.S. last year, finding more Yankee buyers than any of its other four models (Evoque, LR2, LR4, and Range Rover) by significant margins. In fact, the Range Rover Sport single-handedly outsold the entire Jaguar brand in the U.S. in both 2011 and 2012.  READ MORE ››

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Quick Spin: 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Supercharged

By Malcolm Hogan

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As one last hurrah for the current Range Rover Sport model, the 2013 model carries its finely aged design well yet still touts its historic off-road go-anywhere on land prowess. The Range Rover Sport embodies a road-going presence that puts itself into a desirable category among fast-moving cities without the much need for using its in-tact off-road capabilities. The latest version, just before the introduction of a redesigned model, still has what it takes to turn heads and transport its precious cargo on and through just about any navigable terrain you can throw at it.

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Exuding luxury appointments in its finely crafted interior, the 2013 Range Rover Sport takes the normal Range Rover up a notch in the visual excitement and fun factor categories. The visual sports appeal of the Range Rover Sport does not end with is finely chiseled body or leather-laced cabin, it carries into the drivetrain with a 5.0-liter V8 boasting 375 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque in the HSE trim, while my Supercharged trimmed test vehicle gets a supercharged version of the V8 allowing you to play with a full deck in the form of 510 horsepower and 461 lb-ft of torque.

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The sport really shines through the Range Rover Sport Supercharged getting more than enough all-wheel-drive power to scoot the tall-statured SUV to 60 mph in just 5.2 seconds. In the handling department the Range Rover Sport Supercharged puts forth its best effort of the optimized air-suspension system. The trick suspension system, quite characteristic for Range Rover models considering how off-road capable they are, has a full array of settings. Starting off in normal mode the suspension is dialed in for paved roads and highway travel. A Dynamic mode tailors the chassis for better throttle response, advanced 6-speed automatic transmission shift mapping and tighter handling by putting the dampers into an aggressive setting. The Terrain Response System’s other settings adapt well to rock, gravel, snow, mud and dirt at the turn of the selectable dial on the center console.

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Being that the suspension is height adjustable, you are able to manually dial in the vehicle height from a low-riding access height, which is available at low speeds in preparation for parking to give the driver and passengers easier access. The normal height is automatically selected should you drive off while in access height. You will want the system to select the normal height as the suspension travel is diminished giving the Range Rover Sport a bouncy and uncomfortable ride while at access height. Also selectable at low speeds, is the higher settings of the air suspension and Terrain Response System, raising the Range Rover Sport several inches for optimal ground clearance.

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Land Rover Teases The 2014 Range Rover Sport: Video

By Kurt Ernst

The headlight of the 2014 Range Rover Sport

The headlight of the 2014 Range Rover Sport

The all-new Range Rover has been a huge hit among critics, who’ve generally praised the SUV for its improved performance, better refinement and increased fuel economy. Within the Range Rover lineup, the best selling models carry the Sport badge, meaning that any redesign must continue to give customers what they expect while advancing the product line forward.

We’ll know all about the 2014 Range Rover Sport models (including HSE and Supercharged variants) when the New York Auto Show opens at the end of March. Until then, Land Rover has given us this teaser video of the Range Rover Sport being loaded into a container for shipment to New York. It’s hard to spot detail (aside from the headlight and bright copper paint), but this much is clear: like the Range Rover redesign on which its based, the 2014 Sport won’t be a radical departure in styling from the current model.

While engine details are still pending, we’d expect the supercharged 5.0-liter V-8, good for 510 horsepower and 461 pound-feet of torque, to carry over into the new range. The same is true for the normally-aspirated 5.0-liter V-8, found in HSE models, which should deliver 375 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque. Look for both fuel economy and handling to be upped compared to the previous models, too.

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Video: Land Rover releases first Range Rover Sport teaser footage

By Zach Bowman

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Land Rover is gearing up for this year’s New York Auto Show with a teaser for the company’s new Range Rover Sport. The brief clip doesn’t reveal much beyond a fender and a quick glimpse at a headlamp (which picks up the flared look of the new Range Rover), but we do get to put an ear on the machine’s exhaust note for the first time. Trust us when we tell you you’ll want to get friendly with your volume knob on this one. Details are scarce as can be at the moment, but it certainly sounds as if there are eight furious cylinders burbling away in this thing.

The last time we saw the Range Rover Sport in development, it was prancing around in the snow near the Arctic Circle. That peek didn’t give us much to go on beyond some suggestion towards a significantly revised lower fascia, though we have heard Land Rover is working on whipping up a seven-passenger version of the Range Rover Sport in addition to the standard five-passenger model. Since previous iterations of the RRS have derived their underpinnings from the seven-passenger LR4, that would seem to be a pretty easy thing to engineer. While you’re waiting for the Big Apple reveal, you can check out the new teaser video below.

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Land Rover releases first Range Rover Sport teaser footage originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 12 Mar 2013 15:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Headed for New York [2013 New York Auto Show]

By Alexander Stoklosa

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Land Rover has announced that it will debut the latest Range Rover Sport SUV at the 2013 New York auto show. The new Sport arrives hot on the heels of Land Rover’s all-new 2013 Range Rover, and as before, promises to be a lower, trimmer, uh, sportier take on the classic Range Rover formula.



It isn’t presently clear how closely related the new Sport will be to the new, non-Sport Range Rover, whose aluminum body is claimed to be significantly lighter than its predecessor’s. (The outgoing Range Rover Sport essentially was a shortened Land Rover LR4 with sexier sheetmetal.) Besides announcing the new Sport’s New York reveal, Land Rover also released a preview video for the SUV that shows a very Range Rover–like headlight. Look for more details to surface closer to the show at the end of this month.

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Official: Land Rover to unveil next Range Rover Sport in New York

By Steven J. Ewing

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Well, this makes sense. Considering the fact that New York is the single largest market for the Range Rover Sport, it’s only fitting that Land Rover has chosen the upcoming New York Auto Show as the venue to debut the all-new 2014 model.

According to Land Rover, the new Range Rover Sport will be unveiled on March 26, the night before the show kicks off. At that time, the new luxury SUV will be driven through Manhattan in what the automaker calls a “groundbreaking live drive.” The whole shebang will be broadcast to audiences around the world via the new Range Rover Sport‘s microsite.

Land Rover says the 2014 Range Rover Sport will be the company’s “fastest, most responsive and most agile vehicle to date,” and while the teaser image above doesn’t give away too much (click above for a larger view), we fully expect the new SUV to incorporate design elements from both the Big Daddy Range Rover and the smaller Evoque crossover.

We’ll have the full brace of information ready for you on the 26th, so stay tuned. For now, have a look below to scan Land Rover‘s offic ial press blast, and head over to the microsite for more information.

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Quick Spin: 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Sport

By Jeffrey N. Ross

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Truth be told, I have always considered the Range Rover Sport to be something of a poseur in the Land Rover lineup, but there’s one big reason this SUV is so popular in chic cities like New York and Miami – it has the boxy, instantly recognizable looks of a classic Range Rover but with a sportier demeanor. In fact, if sister marque Jaguar ever does get around to building an SUV (as has been rumored for years), I have the feeling it will have the ride quality, performance and handling similar to the Range Rover Sport, albeit with a greater on-road emphasis.

Coming in at just under $80,000, the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Sport is no easy financial pill to swallow, but even now, with its replacement waiting just off-stage, it’s just hard to say anything that bad about an SUV that is equal parts off-road, luxury and performance. Land Rover has kept the Sport fresh with a mess of small tweaks (new wheel and interior color options, etc.), and we thought spending a week with this generation would be a fine sendoff before the all-new 2014 model arrives.

Driving Notes

  • First and foremost, the performance of the Range Rover Sport Supercharged is a result of the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 under the hood cranking out 510 horsepower and 461 pound-feet of torque. That’s enough power to get this almost-three-ton SUV to accelerate from 0-60 in just 5.9 seconds, which is not too far off the pace from a Porsche Cayenne S. Moving that kind of mass takes a lot of fuel, and the engine isn’t afraid to suck down the octane – I averaged just over 11 mpg for the week in mostly city driving.
  • My biggest disappointment with this Range Rover was how flat and uninspiring the exhaust note sounded (especially knowing how great the supercharged Jags sound using the same engine).
  • It’s very unlikely you’re going to see a Range Rover Sport tackling any serious trails, but that’s not because it can’t. While most Range Rover Sport owners likely consider off-roading to consist of splashing through big puddles in NYC or kicking up sand blown onto Miami Beach’s Ocean Drive, the Sport is no less capable off-road than its brethren thanks to its height-adjustable suspension and Terrain Response System. There’s even an off-road screen that lets the driver know the articulation of each wheel, whether the differentials are locked and the angle of the front tires.
  • Terrain Response takes the guesswork out of off-road driving by providing five simple modes that are all accessible at the push of a button (yes, the days of locking hubs and manual transfer cases are long gone for most modern off-roaders). Purists might take issue with this system – or similar ones used by Jeep and Ford – but it’s hard to argue with the simplicity and user-friendliness that Terrain Response provides. Most of the Terrain Response settings …read more
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3 dead after shooting on Vegas Strip leads to fiery car crash

Three people were killed after a shooter in a black Range Rover Sport opened fire early Thursday morning on the Las Vegas Strip into a Maserati, striking the car’s driver and passenger, before the car lost control and caused a fiery crash at the intersection of Flamingo and Las Vegas boulevards, KVVU reported.

The driver of the Maserati, a taxi cab driver in the accident and a passenger in the cab were killed. A tourist who witnessed the aftermath of the crash told KLAS-TV the burning taxi looked like a fireball. The SUV got away.

In all, five vehicles were involved in the dramatic crash around 4:30 a.m. Thursday at an intersection surrounded by some of the most famous casinos on the Strip, including the Bellagio, Caesars Palace and the Paris.

Though by most standards, 4:30 a.m. oftentimes offers authorities only a few witnesses, witnesses did come forward to assist in the investigation.

It appears the occupants of the Range Rover Sport, which has black-tinted windows and matching rims, fired into the Maserati and hit the passenger and the driver, Jose Hernandez, the public information officer for the Las Vegas police department, told Fox News. The car’s driver lost control and drove into the intersection and struck a cab and four other vehicles, Hernandez said.

One former law enforcement witness said he heard one gunshot, followed by a series of blasts followed by a ‘very loud boom.’

Several people were taken to the hospital, including a passenger from the Maserati. Four were taken to University Medical Center. Hospital spokeswoman Danita Cohen said three were treated and released, while one person remained in the hospital. Their condition was not released.

The intersection is expected to be closed for hours as officers investigate.

It’s the latest in a series of violent actions on the tourist corridor since the beginning of the year. Two people were critically wounded in a shooting at a parking garage Feb. 6, and a tourist was stabbed in an elevator at The Hotel at Mandalay Bay Feb. 16.

A spokesman for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, Jeremy Handel, said his organization didn’t immediately have a comment on the incident and deferred to the police unit that patrols the tourism district.

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Spy Shots: Range Rover Sport spotted cold-weather testing

By Jeffrey N. Ross

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With the massively redesigned Range Rover out of the way, Land Rover is now working on getting its next-generation Range Rover Sport ready for the public eye. Wearing far less camouflage than the last time we saw this SUV, we’re starting to get a better idea of what the Range Rover‘s brasher relative will look like.

Up front, it looks like the Sport will be getting a more pointed nose than the new Range Rover, and we can also see that the lower fascia has a sportier appearance and LED running lights similar to the smaller Evoque. Our spy shooters also added that this prototype appears to be wider and lower than the current model.

Since this vehicle was caught testing near the Arctic Circle, Land Rover benefited from a bit of extra camouflage courtesy of a thick layer of snow covering the rear, so we still don’t have a good idea about what the back of the new generation will look like. Speaking of the rear end, there is still no confirmation as to whether the Range Rover Sport will be getting a seven-passenger version, so we’ll likely have to wait for more information about this new Land Rover until closer to the Frankfurt Motor Show this fall where we expect it to debut.

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