The limited-edition Range Rover Fifty will be restricted to just 1,970 units across the globe, to commemorate the year the original Range Rover was launched.
The first-gen Range Rover came to life on 17th June 1970 and forever changed the luxury SUV landscape. In fact, even after completing 50 years of production, the present-day Range Rover is still a frontrunner in the world of luxury 4x4 SUVs. Thus, to commemorate the golden jubilee of the nameplate, Land Rover has announced a special, limited-edition Range Rover Fifty model that'll be restricted to just 1,970 units.
Based on the top-spec Autobiography trim, the Range Rover Fifty will be available in both wheelbase options (short & long). It offers some bespoke styling elements indicative of the nameplate's heritage, such as the exterior accents & badging on the front grille, bonnet, bumper & fender vent motifs that are available in either Gloss Black or Auric Atlas (pale gold) finishes.
Two unique wheel designs (22-inch) are also available. Bespoke 'Fifty' script badges, personally designed by Land Rover's Chief Creative Officer Gerry McGovern, can be found on both the exterior & interior of the car. If this wasn't enough, a unique '1 of 1970' commissioning plaque will adorn the centre console.
Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) will offer the Range Rover Fifty in some standard colour options like Carpathian Grey, Santorini Black, Rosello Red and Aruba. However, a handful of units will also be up for grabs in special 'Heritage' exterior solid shades reproduced from the original Range Rover paint palette - Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold & Davos White.