£180,000 a pop, limited to 40 units.
Based on the top-of-the-line Range Rover Autobiography long wheelbase, Land Rover’s SVO has teamed up with British gunmaker Holland & Holland to create a special edition model. Priced at £180,000, the carmaker is calling this the most expensive Range Rover ever. Wearing a distinctive green paintjob with deep green front grille, chrome headlights and special badging, the bulk of the pricey mods are to be found inside.
Here we find a soft tan and espresso leather upholstery with embroidered front seats and the Executive Class seating package with a pair of adjustable rear seats, electronically-deployable walnut tables, an extended center console, bespoke lighting and upgraded stowage. Open the trunk, and a bespoke removable leather-trimmed aluminum loadspace cabinet with Alcantara interior can be used to house a pair of guns. The loadspace floor features a leather and wood veneer finish and is built from carbon fiber and aluminum. Just 40 units are slated for production, with buyers getting a choice of a 339-hp 4.4-liter SDV8 diesel and 510-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V8.