Land Rover has unveiled Ultimate Edition versions of the Range Rover SVAutobiography. It will be available in Dynamic and long-wheelbase versions. They will be hand-built by the SV Bespoke division of the company at the Special Vehicle Operations Technical Center in the United Kingdom.
The 2021 Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate Editions stands out from the rest of the lineup with its Orchard Green paint, Narvick Black contrasting roof and side mirror caps, copper accents on the exterior badging, Graphite Atlas details on the grille, front bumper, hood trim, and side vents, and 22-inch Bi-Tone wheels.
These are complemented by the recommended Ebony / Vintage Tan interior trim or leather upholstery from Poltrona Frau, diamond-quilted Semianilin seats, Steel Weave Carbon Fiber trim, and Ebony headliner. A knurled finish for the rotary selector lever, start button, and pedals, as well as anodized red on the paddle shifters, a custom badge, and Zenith clockwork, are also included.
The long-wheelbase model offers 1.2 meters of rear-seat legroom and comes with power-closing rear doors, adjustable seats with heating, cooling, and massage functions, as well as calf and footrests, fold-out tables, and a refrigerated compartment.
The Dynamic is considered the most driver-focused variant and features a tuned suspension and steering, an 8 mm lower ride height and can be ordered with one of two engines: the 557 HP supercharged V8 petrol engine or the 398 HP P400e plug-in hybrid, which offers a pure electric range of up to 40 km.
Prices for the 2021 Range Rover SVAutobiography Ultimate Edition V8 start at £183,706 in the UK that is equal to $252,548, while the SVAutobiography Dynamic can be ordered from £147,441 that is equal to $202,693.