04 Feb Range Rover Autobiography LWB Executive Class
Struggling to get your head around the numerous strands of Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations? Then try and find room in your head for another. This is the Range RoverSV Autobiography.
‘Autobiography’ is a familiar name in Rangey world, traditionally the plushest iteration of a car that’s hardly working class in the first place.
With the SVO team wielding their CAD pens, though, the poshness has reached new levels.
Eyes will immediately be grabbed by the two-tone colour scheme, slightly cloyingly dubbed ‘Duo-tone’. It consists of a ‘Santorini Black’ upper body and then your choice of lower body hues, though equally you can stay traditional and just have the one colour all round.
Inside, it’s lovely materials abound, right down to the fiddly stuff like cupholders and socket covers. There are machined aluminium pedals and a leather-bound handbook.
There are three engine choices: a diesel-electric hybrid, a V8 turbodiesel and, most desirably, a 542bhp supercharged V8 petrol, a la Range Rover Sport SVR, albeit with more comfort-minded tuning for the Autobiography.
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