Range Rover & Range Rover Sport get several new editions
Following the launch of the Range Rover Fifty that the company built to celebrate RR’s 50th birthday (see video), multiple new special editions have been announced.
The standard Range Rover gets three spin-offs called Westminster Edition, Westminster Black and SVAutobiography Dynamic Black. The first two are based on the Vogue trim with its piano lacquer interior finish. All the usual engines, body colors and trim colors are available.
The Westminster Edition features LED Matrix headlights in its base spec, as well as perforated leather, Alcantara, door closers and sat-nav. It sits on 21-inch Style 7001 wheels with a silvery finish and packs a 19-speaker, 825W Meridian audio system.
Westminster Black ships with three nine-spoke wheel designs coming in 21 and 22 inches. The body boasts additional black accents.
SVAutobiography Dynamic Black also tones down on the light levels, boasting a black body, brake calipers, wheels and cabin. Its 565-hp (421-kW) V8 with five liters of displacement gets it from standstill to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in mere 5.4 seconds despite the curb weight of 2.5 metric tons (5,500 lbs).
The Range Rover Sport gets the following three versions: HSE Silver, HSE Dynamic Black and SVR Carbon Edition. The first one ships with a selection of multiple diesel and gasoline engines, as well as in a hybrid form. Leather trim, digital dash, reversing camera and sat-nav are all included in the base spec. Seven body colors are on offer, including two new ones: Hakuba Silver and Lantau Bronze. The optional Shadow Atlas package adds black lower body details and 21-inch bi-color wheels.
HSE Dynamic Black has 21-inch black rims, tinted windows, a panoramic roof, Windsor perforated leather, and black artificial suede. The body can be Carpathian Grey of Santorini Coal Black.
Wrapping up the list is SVR Carbon, with its 22-inch dark wheels and plenty of carbon fiber detailing: middle hood, grille bezel, air intake bezels and side mirror caps. Carbon also makes its way into the cabin, where there are commemorative plaques with the name of the limited series on them. The car’s five-liter V8 pumps put 575 hp (429 kW) and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, taking the SUV 0-100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and all the way up to 283 km/h (175 mph).
Editor Andrew Raspopov