posted 5 years ago

New Range Rover debuts at Geneva Motor Show

The new Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March

The new Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. This Ultimate Edition was designed, engineered and manufactured in the UK and exclusivity is assured as each vehicle will be built to customer order only, only 500 will be produced.

The Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition is the most luxurious Range Rover ever, with a handcrafted luxury interior, with fine soft feel leathers and machined aluminium detailing. The interior includes two stand alone rear seats and the addition of a rear console extension with a machined aluminium laptop table and drinks chiller.

The addition of two Apple iPads as standard takes the Range Rover rear seat experience to new levels of luxury. The rear load space has a super yacht inspired teak loadspace floor with metal and leather detailing.

Two new unique exterior colours, either Roussillon Red or Otago Stone, are available along with body coloured door handles, dark atlas radiator grille and side vents to create a sophisticated finish. This Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition is fitted with new and unique 20" multi-spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels, and unique tailgate badging.

 

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I've leased two Chrysler 300 Touring's 3.0 diesel and I now have the SRT8 6.1L HEMI. These are fantastic cars. Most people who review them are probably european car lovers and ain't going to give much credence. But I love American cars, especially the 70's muscle cars and obviousley the modern one's too: like the Challenger, Camaro, Mustang, etc... The HEMI engine is not Mercedes, it's all American - SRT Street Racing Technology - along with Mopar these are the muscle engines of US cars. I find the SRT8 is not much more uneconomical than the diesel version I had. 75k miles on the diesel and the only time it was in the garage was for servicing. My current SRT8 has had its second service it's an awesome eye catcher with blacked out windows shinny chrome wheels - this car's engine 6.1L V8 Hemi, is in the supercar group with an engine that size and performance but without the ridiculous price of the same cars from other manufactures. I have smoke 90k Porches, M5's, Aud RS6, SRT8 lota car.