The most luxurious Range Rover ever built at Solihull will make its debut at the British International Motor Show this month.
Taking the name Autobiography, it replaces the model previously reserved for bespoke versions of the luxury 4x4.
John Edwards, Land Rover UK managing director, said: “The new Autobiography derivative and additional 2009 model year features enhance what is already, the most complete luxury 4x4.
“Where better to showcase this than on our home soil at the British International Motor Show.”
The new flagship model - which costs £72,995 on the road - contains more leather upholstery than any previous Range Rover. The
Autobiography’s facia, door casings, door bins, seats and centre console are all finished in leather, complementing the traditional interior wood.
The steering wheel is leather-wrapped, the leather-topped facia has a softer, more luxurious feel, and even the floor mats are edged with leather. The Autobiography also offers new 20-inch diamond-turned twin-seven-spoke alloy wheels, new paint colours and an optional half wood steering wheel with matching gearshift insert.
The 2009 Range Rover line-up of models come with new wheel styles, new exterior colours and optional wood and leather heated steering wheels.
Satellite navigation and Hybrid TV will now be available as standard from HSE specification, and an exterior design pack featuring Supercharged grille, side vents, lights and stainless steel pedals will now be available on the TDV8 Autobiography.