Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) unit has taken the wraps off new Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate edition. It will be available in both long-wheelbase and driver-focused SVAutobiography Dynamic models. Being created by the SV Bespoke commissioning experts at the Special Vehicle Operations Technical Centre in the UK, Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate and Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic are priced at £183,706 (Around Rs 1.86 Crores) and £147,441 (Around Rs 1.49 Crores), respectively.
Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate is presented in a satin-finished Orchard Green paintwork complemented by a Narvik Black roof and copper detailing. The bonnet and tailgate flaunt copper-edged metal Range Rover badging while the B-pillar boasts of a copper-plated and black enamel SV roundel. Inside the cabin, all the four headrests have SV roundels embroidered besides the illuminated Ultimate edition treadplates. The centre console gets a ‘SV Bespoke Ultimate edition’ commissioning plaque. The long wheelbase variant comprises an array of bells and whistles in the form of power-closing rear doors, reclining airline-style heated and cooled semi-aniline leather Executive Class Comfort-Plus rear seats and hot stone massage function.
Speaking of Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic, it rides on forged 22-inch Gloss Dark Grey finished alloy wheels while side vent, bonnet finisher, grille and front bumper accents are all finished in Graphite Atlas. The cabin is finished in Ebony/Vintage Tan trim with diamond-quilted semi-aniline leather seats, an Ebony headlining and Steel Weave Carbon Fibre finishers. Land Rover’s advanced Dynamic Response active roll control system comes as standard feature with both the variants. Mechanically, it can be availed with a variety of powertrains which includes the V8 supercharged petrol and P400e plug-in hybrid units. Just so you know, the plug-in hybrid variant comes with an all-electric driving range of 40 kms.
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