SUVs Don’t Get More Luxurious Than This Range Rover SV Autobiography Holland & Holland Edition


The Range Rover has already cemented itself as a staple in the luxury SUV world, and the top-of-the-line SV Autobiography is the crown jewel in the lineup. However, this Range Rover SV Autbiography made in collaboration with firearms company Holland & Holland somehow manages doubles down on the opulence.

Listed for sale on Cars & Bids, the SUV was one of just 30 that ever came to the United States and has 30,100 miles (48,441 km) on the odometer. It also wears an exclusive Autobiography Green paint that pairs beautifully with the tasteful chrome exterior trim as well as the Tan and Espresso interior.

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But what really made this SUV so special was what the Holland & Holland package had to offer. The biggest change over the “normal” SV Autobiography was the leather-upholstered locking shotgun case in the cargo area. Other touches included special Holland & Holland badging on the exterior, seats, dashboard and door sills. The package also brought some improvements to the quality of materials, such as French walnut interior veneers inspired by the wood on Holland & Holland firearm stocks, wood-veneered power rear tables, Acanthus scroll design-engraved door handles, engraved diamond pattern dashboard trim, and knurled metal switchgear.

Other amenities come in the form of executive rear seats with an entertainment system, a power-operated rear passenger-side calf rest, rear footrests, a rear fridge with glasses, and power sunshades on the rear windows. When it was first purchased in 2016, this package added $45,005 to the cost of the SUV, bringing the total price up to $245,495. However, it just sold for $124,300, which is barely more than half of what it cost new 6 years ago.

Powering the Range Rover is a 5.0-liter supercharged V8, which makes a healthy 550 hp (558 PS / 410 kW) and 502 lb-ft (681 Nm) of torque. It sends that power to all four wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission and a two-speed transfer case, but we doubt anyone would dare take this SUV off-road.


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