Land Rover aims for ultimate luxury with its SVAutobiography version of the Range Rover, a product of the company's Special Vehicle Operations division. The latest version, introduced at the Los Angeles auto show, introduces a new level of opulence focused on the back seat.

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When it comes to passengers, the Range Rover SVAutobiography isn't about quantity, but quality. There are only two rear seats, but they offer executive level comfort with 22-way power adjust.

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As an option, the interior can be equipped with Poltrona Frau leather, sourced from the Italian furniture maker. The seats include a massage function and heating elements.

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Even the leg rest offers heating for your calves.

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Along with the rear seat entertainment system, desktops fold down at the touch of a button.

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A compartment in the center console includes USB ports.

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This clock, from Swiss company Zenith, highlights the upscale look of the Range Rover SVAutobiography.

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Wood trim in a matte finish, with metal air vents and compartment frames, shows how Land Rover focused on using natural materials.

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An AC port gives rear seat passengers more flexibility for powering mobile devices.

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Between the rear seats, this wooden panel slides down at the touch of a button.

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Behind the panel, you will find a refrigerated compartment big enough for two 750ml standard wine bottles and two glasses.

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The front seat may not be as comfortable as the rear, but it continues the theme of fine materials.

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The LCD instrument cluster shows white-face gauges.

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As with the standard Range Rover, this model includes a touchscreen at the base of the front console.

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The SVAutobiography logo adorns the console.

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A Meridian audio system also enhances passenger comfort.

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