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Land Rover’s New Range Rover SVAutobiography Is Opulent to the Extreme, Starts at $207,900


November 30, 2017 Cars By Photo by Land Rover
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Land Rover describes the new flagship SVAutobiography as “the pinnacle of luxury travel,” something that makes “every journey a treasured experience.” I’m guessing that means it can elevate even swinging by the pet store for kitty litter into a royal parade — and, frankly, I don’t doubt it. This halo ride, meant primarily to be a chauffeured vehicle — gives most of the love to the rear cabin. There you’ll find powered rear doors that close at the touch of a button, a small fridge and a staggering 3.9 feet of rear legroom. The rears can also recline 40 degrees and give you a hot-stone massage on the way to the pet store. It’s seriously fantastic.

2018 Range Rover SVAutobiography Specs:
Engine: 5.0-liter supercharged V8
Transmission: eight-speed automatic
Horsepower: 577
0-60: 5.2 seconds
Starting Price: $177,200
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