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WHEELS: 22 5 SPLIT SPOKE - STYLE 504 -inc: Tires: P275/40YR22 TAN/EBONY/TAN/IVORY FULL SEMI-ANILINE PERFORATED LEATHER SEAT TRIM SHADOW WALNUT WOOD LOAD SPACE FLOOR WHEELS: 22 5 SPLIT SPOKE - STYLE 504 -inc: Tires: P275/40YR22 TAN/EBONY/TAN/IVORY FULL SEMI-ANILINE PERFORATED LEATHER SEAT TRIM SHADOW WALNUT WOOD LOAD SPACE FLOOR CORRIS GREY SHADOW WALNUT WOOD TRIM Supercharged Four Wheel Drive Locking/Limited Slip Differential Tow Hitch Air Suspension Active Suspension Power Steering ABS 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Brake Assist Aluminum Wheels Tires - Front Performance Tires - Rear Performance Conventional Spare Tire Sun/Moonroof Generic Sun/Moonroof Panoramic Roof Tow Hooks Heated Mirrors Power Mirror(s) Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors Power Folding Mirrors Rear Defrost Privacy Glass Intermittent Wipers Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers Rain Sensing Wipers Remote Trunk Release Power Liftgate Power Door Locks Fog Lamps Daytime Running Lights HID headlights Automatic Headlights Headlights-Auto-Leveling Premium Sound System Bluetooth Connection Telematics CD Player Satellite Radio MP3 Player Steering Wheel Audio Controls Rear Seat Audio Controls Auxiliary Audio Input Hard Disk Drive Media Storage Entertainment System Power Driver Seat Power Passenger Seat Bucket Seats Heated Front Seat(s) Seat Memory Cooled Front Seat(s) Seat-Massage Pass-Through Rear Seat Rear Bucket Seats Heated Rear Seat(s) Cooled Rear Seat(s) Adjustable Steering Wheel Trip Computer Power Windows Leather Steering Wheel Heated Steering Wheel Keyless Entry Keyless Start Hands-Free Liftgate Universal Garage Door Opener Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control A/C Rear A/C Climate Control Multi-Zone A/C Woodgrain Interior Trim Leather Seats Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror Driver Vanity Mirror Passenger Vanity Mirror Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror Floor Mats Cargo Shade Navigation System Smart Device Integration Mirror Memory Heads-Up Display Security System Engine Immobilizer Traction Control Stability Control Front Side Air Bag Automatic Parking Blind Spot Monitor Cross-Traffic Alert Lane Departure Warning Tire Pressure Monitor Driver Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Front Head Air Bag Rear Head Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Sensor Child Safety Locks Back-Up Camera Read More…
==== The Autobiography's Life Story, Told Biographically ====For an extra whiff of, well, speed, Land Rover has bestowed upon the SVAutobiography the very same 550-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V-8 used in the high-performance Range Rover Sport SVR. T...
==== The Autobiography's Life Story, Told Biographically ====For an extra whiff of, well, speed, Land Rover has bestowed upon the SVAutobiography the very same 550-hp 5.0-liter supercharged V-8 used in the high-performance Range Rover Sport SVR. The previous ne plus ultra Range Rover, the long-wheelbase Autobiography Black, made do with a 510-hp version of the same engine. We'd say an extra 40 horsepower and 41 lb-ft of torque (the SV has 502 lb-ft!) would be a useful upgrade on its own, but Land Rover didn't stop there. The long-wheelbase-only SV also inherits a new exhaust system with a subtly enriched engine note, Brembo front brake calipers, and a new front grille featuring a Graphite Atlas (gray) finish and polished chrome garnishes.According to Land Rover's figures, the SVAutobiography takes the same 5.5 seconds to reach 60 mph as a LWB Range Rover Autobiography, but we're thinking that's conservative considering the extra power. (A short-wheelbase Range Rover we testedwith the 510-hp V-8 ran to 60 mph in a scant 4.7 seconds.) Top speed, on the other hand, remains 140 mph.==== Buy a Monocle---It'll Help with the Detailing ====Other than the added go, Land Rover also gives SVAutobiography buyers a selection of unique color options, including a slick two-tone treatment combining a Santorini Black upper body with one of nine lower-body color choices. Equipped as such, the SVAutobiography takes on a strong, Rolls-Royce-ish aesthetic; you don't need us to tell you it looks classy as all get-out. Inside, occupants are treated to all the same luxuries found in the non-SV Range Rover Autobiography, including rear-seat entertainment screens; 20-way power front seats; a 1700-watt, 29-speaker Meridian sound system; four-zone climate control; power-adjustable rear seats; a suede-cloth headliner; adaptive cruise control; and more.And then there are the finer points. There is knurled, milled-aluminum detailing on the pedals, armrest adjusters, and rotary shift knob. Making the action of turning off the engine stop-start fuel-saving feature that much more pleasurable, Land Rover has given the surround containing that button the same gorgeous aluminum treatment. The rear seat features power-deployable tables, as well as a beverage cooler, deep-pile mohair mats, and solid aluminum coat hooks. An optional aluminum sliding load floor brings the cargo area to you, essentially, and can be outfitted in a choice of wood veneers, while the driver clutches an exclusive knurled-finish SVAutobiography key fob.Put simply, the SVAutobiography's interior is a sight to behold, and we're inclined to side with Land Rover's not-at-all hyperbolic statement that its new range-topper is the most luxurious and powerful series-production Range Rover in the model's successful 45-year history. Even so, the SV actually represents something of a bargain. At $200,490, it settles comfortably into the same territory as a well-optioned Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, and it's only a few thousand dollars dearer than the Range Rover Autobiography Black it replaces as Land Rover's flagship. Heck, a Bentley Flying Spur and Rolls-Royce Ghost---those two brands' starter sedans---cost more.