Designed to be the most luxurious SUV ever created, the Ultimate features an extensively reworked cabin for unparalleled opulence.
Land Rover has announced plans to introduce the Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition at the Geneva Motor Show.
Designed to be the most luxurious SUV ever created, the Ultimate features a dark atlas grille, special badging, and exclusive 20-inch diamond-turned alloy wheels.
While the exterior changes are minor, the cabin is extensively reworked for unparalleled opulence. Highlights include individual rear seats, a full-length center console (which houses a refrigerator and a collapsible laptop tray), and two Apple iPads. Furthermore, there is semi-aniline leather upholestry, Kalahari wood trim, and teak decking in the cargo compartment.
Under the hood, two engines are available. The 4.4-liter LR-TDV8 diesel produces 313 PS (230 kW / 309 hp) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, while the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 petrol churns out 510 PS (375 kW / 503 hp) and 625 Nm (461 lb-ft).
No word on pricing, but production will be limited to 500 units.