The Westminster Edition is replacing the TDV8 Vogue (you can read our test drive here) and Vogue SE models, upping the ante on the goodies’ front, as it comes with features such as ‘Noble’ finish to the front grille and side vents, ‘Titan’ silver lower splitter bar and fog lamp bezels, 20-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels and ‘Westminster’ badging.
Inside, we find, among others, illuminated treadplates, Grand Black lacquer trim elements, plus bright-finished pedal finishers, as well as a entertainment system that uses a 19-speaker, 1,200W harman/kardon LOGIC7 surround sound system as well as Range Rover’s innovative Dual View infotainment screen.
As for the DV8 Autobiography and Supercharged Autobiography, these are gifted with the Range Rover Design Pack, which introduced new front and rear fascias, ‘Titan’ silver front grille and side vent treatments and fog lamp surrounds, integrated stainless steel exhaust finishers and side skirts, as well as 20-inch alloy wheels in Shadow Chrome. Both also come with the aforementioned sound system.
The new Range Rover Special Edition models are set to enter the market next month, with the TDV8 Westminster Edition retailing for £69,995(EUR84,660), while the TDV8 Autobiography and Supercharged Autobiography can be your for £84,295 (EUR101,955) and £86,895 (EUR105,100) respectively.