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The Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic starts off by taking the SVAutobiography's luxury and moving it into a standard-wheelbase vehicle.
From there, it's loaded up with all manner of actual and aesthetic sportiness, and then Range Rover slaps on a $170,995 price tag.
Active roll bars, a lower ride height and active dampers all add performance cred.
Aesthetic doo-dads include red brake calipers, big exhaust tips and fancy-lookin' badges.
The powerplant is the same as on the larger SVAutobiography -- a 550-horsepower, supercharged V-8.
The inside is just as fancy as the outside, too.
The front seats are 20-way power adjustable and feature a diamond-quilt pattern with contrasting stitching.
Do you like red trim elements? Because they're all over this car.
Even the paddle shifters are red.
If you don't want red paddle shifters, your only course of action is to order the tan interior, because that's apparently where Range Rover draws the line.
Tech improvements for 2017 include Jaguar Land Rover's latest-generation touchscreen infotainment system and a new Low Traction Launch mode.
The SVAutobiography Dynamic will go on sale alongside other 2017 Range Rover models later this year.