The trials of the modern-day world require a cushion that you can depend on to shelter yourself from the outside world. The vehicle we have today is the ultimate leather trimmed, supercharged V8 cushion one can wish for. Present today is a 2020 Land Rover Range Rover P525 HSE with a reported 60,070 miles on the clock. This is a well looked after example and representation of a British automobile luxury king in the class of utility-vehicles. This SWB Trim features special SVO Bespoke Paint and Meridian Sound System.
When it comes to luxury and class in the world of SUVs, nothing really comes close to the offerings Land Rover Range Rover has. Built to cruise and be a practical way of getting about, vehicles like this 2017 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE Dynamic we have today are built to not cater to the norm but stand out with luxury and opulence. With a reported 66,000 miles on the clock, this vehicle is well-looked and ready for new adventures.
In the automotive world, there are SUVs, and then there are Range Rovers. Built to represent the best the world of SUVs offers, driving one is an experience filled with luxury, class, and opulence. The vehicle we have today represents the best the Range Rover brand has to offer and looks like this 2020 Land Rover Range Rover SV Autobiography Dynamic we have today. With a reported 14000 miles on the clock, this British legend is built to elevate your driving experience with true luxury, class, and style.
The British have brought many advances and loved brands into the world. One of these is the Land Rover Automobile; since 1948, the company has been branded and rebranded many times, with the current iteration being Jaguar Land Rover Limited. Their flagship model is the Range Rover marque and a sub-brand of Jaguar Land Rover. The Range Rover has been in production since 1970 and is currently in its fifth generation, which was introduced in 2022. Up for grabs is the epitome of luxury in the world of JLR, a hand-crafted 2021 Land Rover Range Rover SV Autobiography Ultimate Edition, and it bears a measly 9,500 miles on the odometer.
The Range Rover is a remarkable yet pricey vehicle. The price of the extensive range begins at more than $90,000, even in its completely base configuration with no options. If you want the top-tier SVAutobiography, you'll have to fork over more than twice as much. What if you want something that is even more outrageous and exclusive? This is when Overfinch comes into play. Since 1975, Overfinch has been customizing Range Rovers, and its most extravagant design to date is the Velocity. We have a rare 2021 Land Rover Range Rover Overfinch Velocity Westminster edition thanks to its 1 of 10 Limited Edition Carbon body styling package. With its odometer reading just 13,000 miles, this sybarite is ready to let you revel in all its glory.
The words luxury and off-roading usually never go hand in hand, but as of recent times, manufacturers and their offerings incorporate luxury fittings that can rival the best and off-roading capability that would impress off-road fanatics. The 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography is a fine example of luxury and off-roading in one neat package. With a reported 96,000 miles on the clock, this luxury cruiser is backed up with rich pedigree and can be yours to cruise in or dabble with some light off-roading.
Throwing six figures at a vehicle dealership will easily get you a fine SUV. But none come close to the intimidation and stately character a Range Rover brings. It’s not hard to see why Jeremy Clarkson of TopGear and The Grand Tour fame glorifies Range Rovers and currently owns three models of them. As Land Rovers most prestigious model, the Range Rover brings a great deal to the table. A legendary heritage of robust craftsmanship, cabins draping with luxury, and impressive off-roading powers are just few of the aspects. With this 2021 Land Rover Range Rover P525 HSE Westminster Edition LWB, you can witness the sheer elegance balanced with off-road supremacy delivered by this prestigious brand. Having completed only 32,000 miles so far, this Range Rover now resides in Georgia waiting to be of service for its next owner.
The British have brought many advances and loved brands into the world. One of these is the Land Rover brand. Since 1948 the company has been branded and rebranded many a time, with the current iteration being the Jaguar Land Rover Limited. One of their most top-tier models is the Range Rover marque and sub-brand of Jaguar Land Rover. Up next is Overfinch. This company takes your very expensive Land Rover SUV and adds in more luxury and visual enhancements with Rolls Royce and Bentley-level British craftsmanship. The Range Rover has been in production since 1970 and is currently in its fourth generation. Up for grabs is this 2021 Land Rover Range Rover P525 Westminster LWB Overfinch with just 11,500 miles and decadent luxury to revel in.
The Range Rover Sport itself was introduced in 2005 as a more agile and sporty alternative to the flagship Range Rover model. It was designed to appeal to a younger, more active demographic while still offering the off-road capability and luxurious amenities that Land Rover is known for. With the success of the Range Rover Sport, the company decided to push the vehicle to its fullest potential, and the Autobiography version featured a number of upgrades and exclusive features, such as unique exterior styling, premium leather upholstery, and high-end audio and entertainment systems. This example is of that heritage and is currently up for sale.
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 55,000 miles on the odometer.
Range Rover is a term that brings to mind a more luxurious Land Rover, with all the off-road capability you’d expect from the brand’s utilitarian models such as the original Defender, wrapped in a more comfortable and on-road friendly package. In fact, the first Land Rover Range Rover hit the streets way back in 1969 and wasn’t designed as a luxury vehicle – merely as a step-up from the Series Land Rovers – what most people recognize as the original Defender. That didn’t stop its popularity. Now on the fourth generation, it’s grown to be a full-size luxury SUV, and has spanned three spin-off models, namely the Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Velar. Still built in Solihull, England by what is now known as Jaguar Land Rover, this example is a 2018 Land Rover Range Rover HSE, from Florida with 10,680 miles on the clock. If a luxury British SUV is your thing, this fits the bill to a T.
Change is constant in the automotive world, the best way to understand this statement is by looking closely at the Land Rover Range Rover brand over the years. What was once a sturdy, rugged SUV is now a luxury cruiser that leads the market for full-size luxury SUVs. Cruise in luxury and class with this 2019 Land Rover Range Rover Long Wheelbase we have today. With a reported 31,900 miles on the clock, this full-sized luxury SUV comes with a rich pedigree and luxury motoring for 7 passengers!
With the success of the Series Land Rover giving the British marque it’s rough and tough off-road chops, the folks over at Solihull were looking to create a more upmarket offering. Enter the Range Rover in 1969. Sporting a modern design, current technology and some luxury fitments on the inside, the Range Rover would go on to become one of the brand’s icons. Produced to this day with the fifth generation announced in 2012, this 2016 Land Rover Range Rover V6 HSE from Florida with 73,000 miles is a worthy contender if you are looking for a luxurious Land Rover.
When Land Rover wanted to expand their line-up into the luxury 4x4 segment, the result was the Range Rover, which entered the market in 1970 and has been in production ever since. This hugely successful vehicle is now on its fifth generation and is one of those instantly-recognizable models, no doubt helped by the RANGE ROVER lettering on the hood. If you’re looking for a Range Rover, why not consider this 2020 Land Rover Range Rover P525 HSE from Florida with just 16,000 miles on the clock? It’s reportedly a rare specification for some exclusivity to boot.
The British have brought many brands that are loved into the world. One of these is the Land Rover brand of off-roaders, since 1948 the company has been branded and rebranded many a time with the current iteration being Jaguar Land Rover Limited. One of their most top-tier models are the Range Rover marque and sub-brand of Jaguar Land Rover. The Range Rover has been in production since 1970 and is currently on its fourth generation. What we have to offer is a 2021 fourth-generation Land Rover Range Rover Westminster SWB with just 100 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Golden State, California.
The Range Rover was launched back in 1970 by manufacturer British Leyland. Classed initially as an upmarket 4x4 vehicle, today’s iteration is considered a symbol of luxury and dominance on the road today. The fourth-generation Range Rover, such as the one featured here, made its first appearance back in 2012 at the Paris Motor Show and turned heads immediately as it was given a complete redesign. Our subject car is a 2016 Land Rover Range Rover LWB custom and is located in California. The car has done 33,000 miles and features some choice additions and upgrades.
The current-generation Land Rover Range Rover combines luxury with agility and composure. It remains one of the most comfortable off-road-capable SUVs on the roads today and remains a pinnacle of luxury transport. This 2015 Range Rover MK IV adds a dollop of individuality with extensive customization from the Swiss design house Mansory. With almost every possible panel replaced, the Mansory customization transforms this Land Rover Range Rover's looks with a bespoke finish that sets it apart from the crowd. Located in New York, this customized Land Rover Autobiography has 29,000 miles on the clock.
The Land Rover Range Rover is a hallmark in automotive design and was a turning point for the British 4x4 manufacturer. The L322 third generation was designed to cater to those wanting an even more upmarket vehicle than before, emphasizing clean lines and a luxurious interior. For sale is one of the rarest and most sought-after models from the L322 line-up: a 2006 Range Rover Westminster Special Edition. With only 300 ever produced, the Westminster Special Edition was based on the Range Rover HSE, and featured a supercharged engine combined with a luxuriously appointed interior. Our subject car is number 111 of 300 and has reportedly been garage-kept and dealer maintained throughout its life.
Fifty years ago, the Rover car company unveiled something that no one had ever seen before; a genuinely dual-purpose vehicle that was equally at home on and off-road. Despite increasing competition, subsequent generations have kept the flag flying. The current fourth-generation model continues the trend of being at the top of its class while still being continuously improved. This fourth-generation was built to look leaner and more aerodynamic than its very blocky predecessors, but it’s still rather unmistakably a Range Rover. Our subject car is a desirable 2014 Range Rover Supercharged, housing a 500hp 5-liter V8 with the help of forced induction. With 50,000 miles, the Range Rover for sale has reportedly undergone a recent service.
If you want the ultimate in luxury SUVs, the chances are that you’re already considering a Range Rover. The British manufacturer’s flagship is a world away from Land Rover’s rough-around-the-edges roots; today’s Range Rover offers a truly first-class experience, with comfort and performance blended in the way you’d expect for a vehicle favored by the rich and famous. But what each Range Rover also manages to do is add to that by being one of the most capable off-road machines available. Although no longer the agricultural machines they once were, Land Rover’s Range Rover retains the off-road prowess that earned many accolades over the years. The Range Rover for sale here is the perfect example of that: a 2019 Land Rover Range Rover HSE with 27,500 miles.
Over the years, Land Rover has delivered several key icons of automotive design. But it’s not every day that they produce a truly unique special—a true one of one. But in 2013, with support from U2 frontman Bono, they did precisely that. The subject car you see today is a result of an extraordinary charity auction. An auction which saw Gerry McGovern (one of Britain’s most recognized car designers), Jony Ive (Chief Design Officer of Apple), and Marc Newson (described as the most influential designer of his generation) create this one of a kind Range Rover. The Sotheby’s auction, which raised millions of dollars for the fight against HIV-AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, was entitled “RED.” As such, all products on offer featured the color red extensively, this Range Rover being no exception.
Finished in Brooklands Green over Saddle leather, this 1994 Land Rover Range Rover County Long Wheelbase (LWB) shows just 112,773 original miles at the time of consignment. Originally a California truck, this Range Rover’s original paint, body, and upholstery are in impeccable condition. Motive power comes from a 4.2-liter V8 backed by a 4-speed automatic gearbox. The desirable coil-suspension upgrade has been completed and the Carfax report details a long maintenance history at Land Rover Monterey in Seaside, California, including new brake rotors and pads along with regular fluid and filter changes. The Carfax also shows that the truck was brought to Florida by its second owner in 2017. Now offered on consignment by its third owner, this 1994 Range Rover County LWB comes with a clean Florida title, clean Carfax, and the original stereo head unit.