The most expensive Range Rover is a success, no doubt. There are versions for everyone, even hybrid. But the British manufacturer was still not entirely happy and has expanded the range with a limited release only 40 units per year over the next three years and has become the most expensive Range Rover, with a rate that starts from 180,000 pounds, about 230,000 euros to change. This Range Rover was developed by the Special Vehicle Operations Land Rover division in collaboration with Holland & Holland.
The most expensive Range Rover, signed by Holland & Holland
Curiously, Holland & Holland is a British company founded in 1835 and is dedicated to the production of firearms and hunting as there is typical collaboration between brands is a perfect match for the British taste. But let’s focus on the changes that make this the most expensive Range Rover. Outside the only changes focus on green exterior paint, some name badges and redesigned grille. Which highlights the Range Rover Holland & Holland signed and SVO is in the cockpit.
In the rear compartment are installed Executive Class seats that are fully adjustable. In addition, the center console has been modified to accommodate two walnut tables fully electric operation, lighting is installed as the client, USB charging ports are installed and improved cargo spaces. As is evident, most of the interior has been upholstered in tan leather and coffee with Holland & Holland engraved in the back seat and transmission tunnel also uses a similar trim.
The most curious feature is found in the trunk. There has been located removable cargo space built from aluminum and leather upholstery with enough to house two Holland & Holland shotguns space. This limited edition Range Rover may be charged with 339 horses SDV8 diesel and 4.4-liter engine or block 5.0-liter gasoline V8 and 510 hp. This model is based on the Range Rover Autobiography LWB, but the price difference is significant, no less than 30,000 pounds, 38.232 euros to change. So it is the most expensive Range Rover.