Geneva 2011: Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition [Live Photos]
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In Geneva, where anybody who’s somebody is circling the stands these days, Range Rover brought the Autobiography Ultimate Edition, a model purposely built to suit the needs of each of most customers that will buy it.
There are little to no changes brought to the performance levels and mechanics of the SUV, but what it lacks in tuning, it makes up in comfort upgrades. And, with only 500 models in the pipeline, those upgrades are more than your average new seat covers.
The interior of the model, the recipient of the greatest attention from the people working for Range Rover, was upgraded with the addition of electric-powered individual rear seats, an extended center console, machined aluminum laptop table and drinks chiller and, since we live in the i age, two Apple iPads as standard.
Of course, all the gadgetry and aluminum laptops are surrounded or wrapped in leather, Kalahari wood veneers and a luggage compartment hid under a floor with metal and leather detailing. For the exterior, customers will have a choice between two colors, Roussillon Red or Otago Stone.
The Autobiography is powered by two engines, a 4.4l diesel V8, good for 313 horsepower and a 5.0l supercharged petrol V8 unit, capable of developing 510 hp.
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