To celebrate the tenth anniverary of the launch of the Range Rover L322, the company has unveiled three anniversary editions… one of which is named named after a certain borough in London. The Westminster, the Autobiography and the Supercharged Autobiography. Given a new Range Rover is due to be launched later this year, they’re probably also acting as run-out models.
The Range Rover Westminster Edition replaces the 4.4-litre TDV8 Vogue and the Vogue SE models, and it’s expected to go on sale starting from next month, March, with a price tag of £69,995. The Range Rover Westminster Edition comes with five special interior trims, and seven exterior colours.
The Autobiography is powered by the 4.4-litre TDV8 engine. Land Rover says that the Autobiography and Supercharged Autobiography are coming with the same features, except the second one is powered by a 5.0 V8 engine. The two models get the Range Rover Design Pack as standard, which is coming with new bumpers, a Titan theme to the front grille and large 20 inch alloy wheels, finished in Shadow Chrome.
In the cabin, the Range Rover Autobiography and Supercharged Autobiography get the Range Rover Seat Style pack as standard, which includes heated and cooled seats. The TDV8 version has a starting price of £84,295 and the Supercharged Autobiography will cost £86,895.
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