The company will only sell five models of this version in India.

The range-topping SV Autobiography variant is priced at ₹2.80 crore (ex-showroom) and has been designed and engineered by the Bespoke Division of Special Vehicle Operations (SVO).

The SVO Bespoke model is based on the recently unveiled but on the long-wheelbase 2017 Range Rover. The company will only sell five cars in India. You get the same engine options as the standard Range Rover - a diesel and a supercharged petrol. The diesel is a 4.4-litre V8 producing 335hp, the petrol is a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 unit that makes 543hp.

There are two colours on offer - Bespoke Satin Blue and Bespoke Gloss Black with Copper Flake. The car comes with a range of Autobiography interior colours, bespoke Kalahari Veneer for the centre console, bespoke badging and detailing.

You can book the car at any of JLR’s 26 dealerships across India or you can reach out directly to the Bespoke commissioning facility near Coventry in Warwickshire, UK.

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