Do you remember the Autobiography Black, well we now have the replacement for it called the SVAutobiography.
The SVAutobiography is powered by a 550bhp, 5.0-litre, supercharged V8. Which is boosted by 40bhp over the standard V8. Making the SVAutobiography the most powerful full size Range Rover ever built. All that power goes though an eight-speed auto ZF gearbox using the second-generation Terrain Response system.
Luxury All Over
Top end Range Rovers are all about the rear passenger space and this model uses the extended wheel space to create even more room. In the back there are power-adjustable seats with lots of leg room.
It’s a place for business with laptop friendly, pop-out tables and lots of room to move about, and if you need a refreshment whilst on your journey you can just reach over to your fridge to grab yourself a drink, very handy.
Class on the Outside
The main difference on the outside is the two-tone paint scheme. Santorini Black is the only colour available above the doorhandles, but there are 9 options you can choose from for the lower half of the car.
The large front grill is covered in Graphite Atlas, which I have never heard of before, but sounds fancy. The lettering on the bonnet and and rear badging has also been changed to reflect the fact that you are in a Special Ops vehicle.
As ever the Range Rover looks super impressive and I can’t wait to see one of these in the flesh some day soon.
Source: Land Rover