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.
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.
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.
Even the leg rest offers heating for your calves.
Along with the rear seat entertainment system, desktops fold down at the touch of a button.
A compartment in the center console includes USB ports.
This clock, from Swiss company Zenith, highlights the upscale look of the Range Rover SVAutobiography.
Wood trim in a matte finish, with metal air vents and compartment frames, shows how Land Rover focused on using natural materials.
An AC port gives rear seat passengers more flexibility for powering mobile devices.
Between the rear seats, this wooden panel slides down at the touch of a button.
Behind the panel, you will find a refrigerated compartment big enough for two 750ml standard wine bottles and two glasses.
The front seat may not be as comfortable as the rear, but it continues the theme of fine materials.
The LCD instrument cluster shows white-face gauges.
As with the standard Range Rover, this model includes a touchscreen at the base of the front console.
The SVAutobiography logo adorns the console.
A Meridian audio system also enhances passenger comfort.