2010 Range Rover Sport Autobiography Presented in LA

Land Rover debuted its 2010 Range Rover Sport Autobiography Limited Edition at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show, open for the public from December 4 to 13.

The Autobiography Package is available with a 510-hp Supercharged engine. The interior is upholstered in new duo-tone leather, available in three color combinations. If you’re the kind of guy who needs to feel special, the front and rear headrests are embossed with a unique Autobiography Sport logo.

The Autobiography Package also includes the rear-seat entertainment system and HD radio offered in Range Rover Sport, as well as a distinctive Autobiography Sport badge on the tailgate. Electronic rear differential lock and adaptive cruise control are also part of the package, says Land Rover.

The exterior features a Titan mesh grille and side vents, special 20-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels and a exhaust extension. The car also has a new suspension which adjusts itself to suit individual driving style, new Dynamic setting on the Terrain Response system model which provides heightened responsiveness during enthusiastic on-road driving, new paddle shifters to select gears manually when desired, revised steering and more powerful brakes.

Unfortunately, only 250 Autobiographies will be built next year, so if you want one, you’d better hurry. The Autobiography with a 5.0-liter V8 510 hp and 461 lb-ft will cost $88,545 MSRP; the price includes $850 destination and delivery charge.
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