Land Rover has reinforced Range
Rover’s status as the world’s finest SUV with the launch of the Range Rover
SVAutobiography Dynamic at Rs 2.79 crore, ex-showroom, India. The vehicle has
been created by Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team.
Unique Graphite Atlas accents,
distinctive Red Brembo branded brake calipers and exclusive wheels add to the
performance appeal of the vehicle. The car is powered by a V8 engine.
The very finest diamond quilted leathers feature within the cabin. The rotary shifter, Grand Black front and rear door veneers feature a unique red key line. The Range Rover SVAutobiography Dynamic is the fourth vehicle to join the brand’s portfolio in India, after the Range Rover SVAutobiography, Range Rover Sport SVR and Jaguar F-Type SVR.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) Technical Centre is located in the heart of the British Midlands. The innovative facility near Coventry is the headquarters of SVO and house manufacturing, paint, technical and customer commissioning and presentation zones inside the 20 000 m2 facility.
The Technical Centre is a significant representation of the growth of Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations – the specialist division of Jaguar Land Rover created in June 2014 to build a business responsible for halo car products (SVO), Vehicle Personalisation and classic car programs by Jaguar Land Rover Classic.
The Land Rover range in India includes the Discovery Sport (starting at Rs 40.04 Lakhs), Range Rover Evoque (starting at Rs 42.37 Lakhs), Range Rover Sport (starting at Rs 89.44 Lakhs), Range Rover (starting at Rs 158.65 Lakhs). All prices mentioned are ex-showroom prices in India.
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