Land Rover seems to think it is finally time to unveil its new vehicle creation. The luxury British automaker has officially taken the veil off the Range Rover SVAutobiography, an ultra-luxury model, prior to the start of this year’s New York Auto Show event.
As it turns out, the car has been developed the Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations division and it comes with a host of luxury amenities. To begin with, it features quad exhaust pipes. In addition, the car also sports the Range Rover badging on its engine hood and a polished chrome/Graphite Atlas front grille. For an alternative, customers can also go for a unique 2-tone exterior color theme, featuring the Santorini Black hue for the upper parts of the body and a contrasting color for the lower parts of the body. For the color to apply on the lower body section of the vehicle, customers will be able to choose from nine colors in total.
Stepping into the cabin of the vehicle, owners of the vehicle will be able to find a luxurious wood trim, solid aluminum pedals and also a new switchgear. The latter comes with knurled details and machined aluminum. This time around, the passengers in the rear compartment of the vehicle will also enjoy top class luxury, thanks to the presence of a deployable powered tables and a refrigerator. Inside the cabin, customers will also find the so-called ‘deep twist pile mohair’ floor mats as well as coat hooks made of the solid aluminum material.
Those who are keen on buying this ultra-luxury Range Rover model will be able to choose from three variants, which are, the SDV6 Hybrid, SDV8 and the one with a conventional 5.0L V8 supercharged engine. With the latter, customers will benefit from 550 HP of power and 680 Nm in total. This will enable the car to accelerate from a complete standstill to the speed of 100 km/h within no more than 5.5 seconds. Meanwhile, its top speed lies at the mark of 225 km/h.
For customers living in the UK, which is the home country of Land Rover, they will be able to order the vehicle summer this year itself at the price of GBP148,900. Yet, as for the customers in the US, they will have to wait at least until fall and will have to pay $199,495.