Land Rover India has now made the Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic available at Rs 2.79 crores (ex-showroom). It is available on order through all authorised retail outlets across the country. The combination of mad performance and luxury is what commands such a premium. Let's take a look at the pictures of what the carmaker's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team has designed and engineered.
The Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic is just the fourth SVO model to be launched in India after the Range Rover Sport SVR, Range Rover SVAutobiography and the Jaguar F-Type SVR.
It sports a 5.0-litre all-aluminium V8 Supercharged petrol mill that belts out 543bhp and 680Nm of torque. It takes the car from 0-100kmph in 5.4 seconds.
The car matches this sporty performance with a sporty look, complete with a black contrast roof and mirror caps. This handcrafted trim never fails to remind you that is a vehicle crafted by the SVO team.
An exclusive SV batch adds to the exclusivity of the car being created at the specialist division of Jaguar Land Rover in the heart of the British Midlands.
This variant is based on the standard-wheelbase version of the Range Rover. The quad tail pipes at the back again emphasize the car's performance.
The SVO team has not left any stone unturned to add to the performance appeal of the car. No wonder these exclusive wheels sport distinctive Red Brembo branded brake calipers.
Furthermore, unique finishes like graphite Atlas accents again are signature features exclusive to cars specially designed by the SVO team.
The SVAutobiography Dynamic combines SVR performance with Autobiography luxury. So it is packed with a long and comprehensive list of features.
The main highlights are the diamond quilted seats in red and black. What’s more is that customers can choose from four different colours for the interior.
Apart from the 10-inch InControl touch pro infotainment system in the front, rear passengers also get such screens for their entertainment.
Most of the switchgear is made from knurled-finish aluminium. Adding to the luxury at the back are bottle chiller compartments and power deployable tables in the rear centre console.