Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) in collaboration with British gun-maker Holland & Holland have unveiled a special edition of the Range Rover.
The £146,900 Range Rover Autobiography Black long wheelbase is no longer the most expensive Range Rover money can buy as it has been dethroned by a significantly costlier special edition priced at a whopping £180,000. Billed as being the most luxurious and expensive Range Rover ever, it represents the work of Land Rover's SVO division in association with Holland & Holland and is based on the aforementioned previous range-topping model.
It will be visually distinguishable thanks to a Holland & Holland green paint job, special badging and deep green front grille with chrome highlights. Most of the tweaks have occurred on the inside where the high-priced Range Rover has received the Executive Class seating package with two individually adjustable rear seats and an extended reworked center console featuring electrically-deployable walnut tables, upgraded stowage, bespoke lighting and USB charging sockets.
The special Range Rover also benefits from soft tan and espresso leather upholstery with Holland & Holland embroidery on the front seats while the sides of the transmission tunnel have also been wrapped around in a similar leather. The most striking feature can be found in the trunk where there’s a removable leather-trimmed aluminum loadspace cabinet created specifically for this model and featuring an Alcantara interior and enough room for a pair of Holland & Hollands guns. The loadspace floor has been engineered from aluminum and carbon fiber with a leather & wood veneer finish.
Production will be capped at only 40 units annually over the next three years and all cars will be available with either the 339 HP 4.4-liter SDV8 diesel or the 510 HP 5.0-liter LR-V8 Supercharged engine.
Further details can be found in the attached press release.