Land Rover utilized the 2011 Frankfurt International Auto Show to bring the concepts to fruition. The “Sport” was a bit more polarizing in person than the DC100. Anytime you have a Sunflower Yellow convertible crossover concept on stage, you’d best believe it’s going to shine like a Jamaican morning sunrise. Both concept vehicles are powered by a 2-liter, 4-cylinder engine that possesses hybrid capabilities. The “Sport” will go with a gasoline version while the DC100 will adopt diesel as its choice of fuel. The remainder of the powertrain formula includes: an 8-speed automatic transmission; 4-wheel drive with torque vectoring; 22” rims with spiked tires; Driveline Disconnect, which turns the vehicle into a full-time 2WD in order to save on fuel; and of course, Land Rover’s stellar Terrain Response system.