The most expensive Land Rover in the lineup is a happy place to be.
It’s been twenty years since the last Range Rover Long Wheelbase, and Land Rover has come to LA in order to launch the new “L” model to an adoring public having introduced it last month. A new Autobiography Black trim joins the Long-Wheelbase. Limited to 100 units for 2014, at north of $130,000 it will be the most expensive model in the Land Rover lineup, with the first 25 to be built exclusively in Valloire White pearlescent paint.
The Range Rover L boasts a wheelbase stretched by eight inches that offers 5.5 inches more leg room, and an increased seat recline of 17 degrees to those that opt for the executive seating package.
The range-topping Range Rover Long-Wheelbase Autobiography Black is distinguished by a restyled grille, new badges, touches of black enamel and chrome, and a choice of exclusive high-gloss seven-spoke 21- and 22-inch alloys. But it’s the interior that gets the most serious upgrade. Everything is covered in either leather, wood veneer, or brushed stainless steel. Buyers that opt for two individual rear seats get a custom center console stretching the length of the cabin that houses a chiller compartment, electrically deployable tables wrapped in black leather and rear TV screens. Deliveries of the Range Rover LWB will begin next March.