First-class rear seat amenities push the sticker price past $200,000
Land Rover is looking up market to expand their Range Rover presence and there is no better way to do that than with a long-wheelbase model with more toys than a Sears Wishbook.
Introduced at the LA Auto Show, Land Rover took the wraps off the Range Rover Long-Wheelbase and Range Rover Long-Wheelbase Autobiography Black, the new top-of-the-line Range Rover pushing the cost envelope north of $200,000.
Long-wheelbase models extend the wheelbase 7.3 inches, giving rear seat passengers ultimate comfort and room as they are driven around by their hired help. An optional executive seating package increases seatback recline to 17 degrees, a full eight degrees more than in the standard-wheelbase Range Rover.
Those looking to travel first-class versus business-class can opt for the Autobiography Black version. The up-trim package includes an individualized front and rear seating package with massage, 18-way front seats, 10-2-inch rear seat entertainment screens with navigation journey displays, and right hand rear passenger seats are equipped with a powered recliner calf rest.
Autobiography Black models will be limited to 100 units of production and will only be available in the US.