Among the array of eye-catching cars on display at the recent New York Auto Show was the Land Rover SV Autobiography, billed as the company’s most expensive ever SUV.
Priced at just over £136,000, he car boats a five litre v8 supercharged engine made from aluminium, producing 493hp and 680nm of torque.
The car also comes with an ZF eight-speed automatic transmission and a choice of powertrains including TDV6, the CO2-lowering SDV6 hybrid, SDv8 and SCV6 supercharged derivative.
Other notable features include a beverage chiller compartment, powered deployable tables and a deep twist pile mohair carpet.
The Land Rover SV Autobiography was exhibited the New York Auto Show from April 3rd – 12th.
First introduced in 1948, Land Rover is a brand of the British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover and specialises in four-wheel-drive vehicles.