Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division teamed up with esteemed British gun maker Holland & Holland to create the most expensive ever built Rangie: The Range Rover Holland & Holland($285,000). This special-edition luxury SUV is based on the top-of-the-line Autobiography Black model, which is stretched 7.8 inches over the standard model to give generous rear legroom, and it’s available in long and standard wheelbase versions. The style is very similar to the Autobiography, but is distinguished by the Holland & Holland Green paintwork and special badging on the lower front doors and the tailgate, with chrome details.
In the interior every detail looks tasteful, classy and exceptionally well done: the tan and espresso leather upholstery with Holland & Holland embroidery on the front seats, French walnut veneer polished to look like an oil-finished gunstock, hand-engraved H&H acanthus scroll on the internal door handles, gunstock checkering, and forend diamonds. The Holland & Holland comes with Executive Class sculpted seats that can recline up to 17 degrees, fold-out walnut tables, USB charging points, flat screen TV and a bespoke lighting system. The party piece is in the boot, where we can find a stunning gun case designed to hold a pair of Holland & Holland’s rifles, crafted from lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber, finished in leather and polished wood veneer.
The Holland & Holland Range Rover, however, is not just a pretty face. Packing some serious power, the 4×4 off-roader comes with a choice of a 339 bhp diesel-powered 4.4-liter SDV8 or the 510 bhp petrol 5-liter supercharged V8 engine, that can push it from 0- 60 mph in just 5 seconds, with a top speed of 155mph. Oh, it’s also worth mentioning that the rifles are not included (bummer!) and that Land Rover only plans to build 40 of these per-year over the next 3 years, so be quick to get yours!