Visitors to the upcoming London Motor Show will have a chance to behold the launch of Land Rover’s (over-the-)top of the range 2009 Range Rover Autobiography special edition luxury SUV. Although, unlike the Cayenne family of luxury crossovers made by Porsche, the range-topping version of the SUV doesn’t differ too much from less expensive trims (or, at least, you will only notice them if you spend too much time studying Land Rover’s extensive model range), there are lots of differences beyond its thick doors.
Claimed to become the most luxurious Range Rover ever, the off-roader will feature new leather upholstery covering the front seats (or, rather, the front chairs), the center console with its huge box that will possible hold a year’s supply of finest Scotch, as well as the dashboard, door casings and bins.
From the outside, as I have already mentioned, the 2009 Range Rover Autobiography will be almost identical to lower priced version, but will still be distinguished from the rest of the pack with a set of new 20-inch diamond-turned twin-seven-spoke alloy wheels.
Interior pieces of luxury also include an optional half wood steering wheel with matching gearshift insert, stainless steel pedals, satellite navigation system with a TV receiver, and a set of floor mats edged with leather.
It is reported that in the United States the luxury SUV of choice will be available at around $150,000 on the road.
Wow, that’s really impressive.
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