Land Rover unveiled its most expensive ever vehicle last week in the form of a limited edition, £180,000 off-roader.
The top end Range Rover, which even comes with its own gun cabinet, has been built with the help of the iconic British gunmaker Holland & Holland.
No expense has been spared with this release, but that hardly surprising considering they are teaming up with a company that is owned by the Chanel group, and boasts clients that include Prince Charles and Prince Philip.
For starters the paintjob is the Holland & Holland Green, which extends to the grille, mirrors, and bonnet vent. In addition, the Holland & Holland badging is evident in many places such the door handles, the tailgate, the French walnut dashboard, and the seats which are covered by tan and espresso leather upholstery.
The backseat passengers undoubtedly have it the best as they can relax with the fully-adjustable seats complete with foot rest, flat screen TV, electrically-deployable walnut tables, and integrated USB charging ports.
It’s crowning glory comes when you reach the boot though, as it houses a removable cabinet for carrying two Holland & Holland rifles, fashioned from lightweight aluminum and carbon fibre, but clad in leather and polished wood veneer. It must be stated that the rifles are not included, which is probably just as well as some of the brand’s most prestigious weapons can cost in excess of £150,000.
Since it is targeted at the shooting crowd, it needs some serious off road credibility if it isn't going to end up sliding down the first wet, grassy hill it arrives at, so it comes with a choice of engine. You can have either a 339 bhp diesel-powered 4.4-litre SDV8, or the 510 bhp petrol 5-litre supercharged V8 engine, that can push it to a 0-60 mph time of just 5 seconds, and a top speed of 155mph.
In case any of you are tempted to snap one up there is a warning however. The company are only releasing a limited run of 40 vehicles per year to be built over a three-year period which guarantees it’s exclusivity – so be quick to get yours.