You can find all three videos below. All show the famous Nurburgring, with a voiceover, brief drive-by and engine note hinting that a new model from the brand has been honed and tested at the German racetrack alongside the world's top performance cars.
With 39bhp and 56Nm of torque more than the current range-topping Sport Supercharged, the hot all-wheel-drive Range Rover Sport should manage 0-62mph in around 4.8 seconds, maxing out at about 165mph.
The car has already been spotted in a light camouflage: a blue-scale wrap printed with images of what appears to be the new performance SUV in action.
The Range Rover Sport SVO appears to feature a restyled front bumper, larger air intakes and exposed quad-exhaust pipes, plus bigger, new-look alloy wheels.
It's rumoured that this new model will appear at the Goodwood Festival of Speed next week and cost around £100,000.