This week, Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations unveiled the Range Rover Astronaut Edition.
Only available to those who sign up as a Virgin Galactic Future Astronaut, the vehicle features space-themed doodaddery inside and out.
It's available with a buyer's choice of a plug-in hybrid or V8 powertrain.
The cupholders carry a piece of the Virgin Spaceship Unity's front landing skid, one of which has a Richard Branson quote on it, but it'll be swapped out for a piece of that astronaut's own ship after the flight ends.
The door handles are made from solid aluminum and carry a constellation pattern that's repeated on the front headrests.
Aside from its paint, the only other major additions to the exterior are a set of puddle lamps, which bear the silhouette of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo craft, and some Astronaut Edition badges on the side and tailgate.
It's worth noting that the buyers aren't "astronauts" as you normally think of them.
Instead, they only eligible buyers are space tourists who first plunk down $250,000 for 90 seconds of a zero-gravity experience. This allows them to pay another six figures for the special Rover.
Richard Branson, the founder and chairman of Virgin Galactic, slides into the exclusive edition as Gerry McGovern, chief design officer of Land Rover, looks on.
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McGovern and Branson stand alongside the Range Rover Astronaut Edition.
Here they come.
Virgin Galactic's White Knight Two carries SpaceShipTwo to launch altitude.