When the fourth-generation Range Rover was released back in 2013, it was clear that Land Rover didn't hold anything back. They set out to reach the pinnacle of what a luxury SUV could be, to create a benchmark in a segment that every luxury carmaker now can't seem to get enough of, and they did just that, in fact, they did it in style. The new era of Range Rover is its best yet, crafted to represent both luxury and ruggedness in pure British form. Still, Land Rover wanted to do one better, and so, 'Autobiography' was introduced, and it is the ultimate representation of luxury. This specific example, however, has been specced out to bring out a little more of its sporty side and it's currently up for sale in sunny California with just 40,000 miles on the odometer.
Unlike the old-school steel unibody on the previous generation, the fourth-gen model got an all-aluminum monocoque unibody, resulting in a weight reduction of 420kg. You can imagine what this did in terms of performance, but as you can see, the Range Rover is very much about finesse and every line and curve on its body flows perfectly in unison. If you still want more, the Mansory package on this vehicle might deliver, giving you special front and rear bumpers, side skirts with the Mansory logo, a carbon fiber Mansory hood, and front grille, mirror caps, roof lip, rear decklid spoiler as well as a carbon fiber D-pillar cover. Let's not forget the 22-inch Mansory rims that have been painted black. As an example of the Autobiography trim, this 2015 Land Rover Range Rover Mansory receives some of the best treatment for its interior. The entire cabin is swathed in mostly black leather, with gloss black and chrome accents complementing it beautifully. You also get a couple of 'Autobiography' engraved door sills just in case someone getting in didn't realize how special of an experience it's going to be. Tech toys include the four-zone climate control, premium Meridian sound system, touch-screen infotainment system and powered seats at the front as well as rear.
As if the roaring 5.0L supercharged V8 wasn't powerful enough already, the abundance of carbon fiber on this car, coupled with a Mansory power upgrade and special Mansory exhausts make it an absolute weapon on the road. The exact performance figures for this model aren't specified, but you can be sure that they are impressive, given that the stock outputs are 503hp and 461lb.ft, ensuring performance stats of zero to sixty in 5.1 seconds and 155mph at the top end.