Between its opulent interior and robust off-road capability, the Range Rover has long served as the pinnacle of luxury performance. However, if you find the base SUV a bit too pedestrian, the brand’s in-house SV Bespoke division offers no shortage of premium upgrade packages. Just take their latest work, for example.
They’re called the SVAutobiography Ultimate Editions, and they’re being billed as the most high-rolling Range Rovers to date. Around the exterior, you’ll find a custom satin-finished ‘Orchard Green’ paint job that’s complemented by a ‘Narvik Black’ roof and a bevy of copper-edged badging. And when it comes to the cabin, there’s no shortage of extravagant amenities on the top-tiered model, with Vintage Tan leather, Copper Weave Carbon Fiber trim, and even a full-length center console featuring an integrated Zenith timepiece. When you consider that it also comes with reclining airline-style heated seats, a built-in refrigerated compartment, and a set of deployable tables, suffice to say — you’ll be living large. Available in both driver-focused ‘Dynamic’ and lavish long-wheelbase flavors, the former comes standard with an 8mm-lower ride height and a 557hp supercharged V8 while the latter offers 1.2m of rear legroom and an optional P400e hybrid drivetrain. They’re available now for $187,900.
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