The 2018 Range Rover SVAutobiography blends immense luxury with V8 power and off-road ability.
Land Rover recently unveiled the facelifted Range Rover, and now, the British company has showcased the most polished variant of the same, called the SVAutobiography.
The 2018 Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography is based on the long wheelbase version of the big Rangie, and is engineered with the objective of cramming all possible creature comforts into a 5 metre long SUV.
Obviously, with this model, Land Rover is targeting the chauffeured audience. The SVAutobiography features aircraft-inspired seats in its second row with 40 degree recline capability, heated calf and foot rests, 22-way adjustment, and almost four feet of legroom. The seats also have deep foams with new comfort interlayers. Then, there are buttons to close the rear doors - so that you remain engrossed in all the extravagance without having to stretch even an inch.
It doesn’t end there. There are integrated tables at the back, which are electrically deployed. Then, there is 4G WiFi connectivity on-board, and a refrigerated compartment to chill your drinks on the go as well. Other interior elements include a unique new seat design in ‘Poltrona Frau’ leather as an option, exclusive aluminum tread plates with illuminated SVAutobiography script, two new veneers, and five revised interior colorways.
On the outside, this Rangie is differentiated by a unique SVAutobiography grille design with chrome inserts, front, side and rear accents with a bespoke finish, a modified rear bumper with integrated metal tailpipe finishers, and a new exclusive 22-inch wheel design.
Luxury does not come at the cost of performance either. The SVAutobiography is powered by a 5.0-litre, supercharged V8 petrol engine that churns out 549bhp - and thus can sprint from 0-100km/h in just 5.2 seconds. Land Rover’s Terrain Response system comes standard for the times you might feel adventurous.
The Land Rover Range Rover SVAutoboigraphy will cost $207,900 (~ Rs. 1.35 crore) in the US. The India pricing will surely be stratospheric, all thanks to all the import duties levied on CBUs. Expect this model to launch in India in mid-2018.