Range Rover already create the best SUV’s on the market. They are some of the most comfortable and luxurious cars to drive. This new Range Rover Autobiography designed by the prestigious English company Holland and Holland surpasses luxury as we know it. This car is bespoke and is made for English sporting such as shooting. It is a normal Range Rover from the outside aside one or two signs of it being Holland and Holland but the interior is what makes this car stand apart from the rest. It is instantly recognisable from a distance, even among other Range Rovers, thanks to the unique deep dark mossy green that coats the body, mirrors and bonnet vent. The grille is painted in the same deep green and has chrome highlights. Holland & Holland badging can be found on the lower accent door badges of both long and standard wheelbase versions, as well as on the tailgate.
On the inside, the Range Rover Autobiography has been tailored to accommodate a luxurious lifestyle. The Executive Class seating package in the long wheelbase car makes the most of the additional 18.6cm (7.3 inches) of legroom and 17 degrees recline available to the rear seat passengers. An extended and re-designed centre console with electrically deployable walnut tables, integrated USB charging sockets, enhanced stowage and bespoke lighting come with this car.
The interior leather is coloured with the softest tan and espresso with Holland & Holland embroidery on the front seats and their logo is inlaid into the front centre console. Even the sides of the transmission tunnel are trimmed in the same shade of leather. The car’s woodwork is made from a single huge piece of walnut to ensure that every veneer is perfectly matched.
What really sets the new Holland & Holland Range Rover apart is the boot. A stunning leather-trimmed aluminium loadspace cabinet that has been designed especially for this car and can be removed to enjoy the full boot space.
It sits on a deployable loadspace floor, engineered from aluminium and carbon fibre and finished with leather and wood veneer. The floor components are machined and cut to produce a unique platform that slides out with a perfectly damped action, to ensure that the cabinet is easily accessible, even when the tailgate is open. The sliding floor is also designed to be load-bearing so that it can still be sat upon when owners wish to change their footwear or stop for a brief picnic. When floor and box are in their travel position, they sit low and well back in the boot to ensure that there is still plenty of room for luggage or sports equipment.
Price start from £180,000
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