Meet the SVR Ultimate edition.
Just yesterday, we got some close-up spy shots of the new 2023 Range Rover, which will once again be joined by a hybrid version. But today, we're not interested in electrified Land Rover products. Instead, we want to talk about the latest Range Rover Sport SVR. This model will also be updated for the 2023 model year, but before that new model arrives, Land Rover is giving the current model a proper send-off with a new special edition that has been breathed on by the company's crafty SV Bespoke division. Meet the Land Rover Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate edition.
The new model is available in two hand-finished reflective colors that feature "spectacular glass flake technology for an intense star-like sparkle". These are Gloss Maya Blue and Gloss Marl Grey, or you can opt for something more restrained in Satin-finished Ligurian Black. Whichever paint option you decide on, Fuji White details are seen in the side fender vents and on the edges of the Gloss Black knurled Range Rover badging on both the tailgate and vented carbon fiber hood. Tying in with the black elements is a Narvik Black roof, mirror caps, front grilles and surrounds, front spoiler, and 22-inch Gloss Black forged alloy wheels with black brake calipers.
Inside, you get specially commissioned chrome-finished badges on the B-pillars and black anodized metal gearshift paddles along with Ultimate edition illuminated door sill plates. No matter what exterior option you chose, Range Rover recommends an Ebony and Cirrus color theme, with the lightweight Performance seats finished in Windsor leather with contrasting Suedecloth, although we suspect buyers will be able to choose whichever interior color scheme they prefer.
Performance remains unchanged with 567 horsepower from a supercharged 5.0-liter V8. This new special model will make its debut on the Special Vehicle Operations stand at Salon Prive, Blenheim Palace, England, from September 1-5.
In the USA, the Ultimate edition is priced at $141,600.