Finished by JLR’s Special Vehicle Operations, the long wheelbase Range Rover SVAutobiography is the priciest Rangie yet.
Land Rover has unveiled an updated version of its flagship Range Rover ahead of the 2017 LA Motor Show, the long wheelbase SVAutobiography. It’s the most expensive Range Rover ever produced, with prices rising to £177,030 for the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 model.
JLR’s Special Vehicle Operations division develops the SVAutobiography, with the team focusing on luxury for those in the back. ‘Executive Class’ rear seats have been fitted, providing 1.2 metres of legroom thanks to the long wheelbase format. The heated seats can also recline to a maximum of 40 degrees and have calf and footrests.
Each passenger in the rear also gets use of a 10-inch touchscreen, which comes with JLR’s Touch Pro Duo infotainment systems and 4G WiFi. A fridge is located between the two rear seats, with the capacity to hold two wine bottles or four 600ml bottles.
At £177,030, the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 is the highest spec SVAutobiography on offer. It has also been uprated over the previous model to develop 557bhp.