While Land Rover already makes pretty good and exclusive cars, they have a Range Rover division that looks after the much premium SUVs. And if that wasn't enough, Jaguar-Land Rover has a division called Special Vehicle Operations and the products developed by them are worth waiting for. And one such SUV is the recently unveiled new Range Rover SVAutobiography.
Unveiled ahead of its debut at the New York Auto Show, the new SVAutobiography is designed to be the most powerful and the most luxurious Range Rover ever produced. The SUV will come with a Graphite Atlas/polished chrome grille, a new and different "Range Rover" hood logo letters. Customers will have a choice of dual-tone exterior with Santorini Black upper body and a contrasting lower body paint.
While the exteriors are subtle enough, the radical changes will occur in the cabin. The cabin will come loaded with solid aluminum pedals, luxurious wood trim and aluminium switch gears. The passengers in the rear seats will get a refrigerator and powered deployable tables. Also, one can see solid aluminum coat hooks and "deep twist pile mohair" floor mats.
Under the hood, the SUV is powered by set of engines depending on choice. There's a SDV6 Hybrid, SDV8 and a new supercharged 5.0 litre V8 engine that is capable of producing 550ps of power and 680 Nm of torque. The engine is powerful enough to push the car from 0-100 kmph in 5.5 seconds before topping out at 225 kmph.
And how much will all this cost? Well, the UK pricing starts at £148,900 while the U.S customers will have to shell out over $199,495 for the same.