Sunday, June 19, 2011

2012 Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition Review

The new Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition, a net addition of hand-finished products will debut at the Motor Show in Geneva 2011.

The luxury flagship adds internal handmade, using natural soft leathers selected, so that the inside of the well known fact that one of the best in the automotive world.

The driver has a recognizable command driving position gives excellent visibility and comfort, the rear passengers are experiencing first-class style of accommodation never before seen in a Range Rover.

Two independent rear seats increase the electrical space and comfort for rear passengers, making the Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition, the ultimate car drivers. Adding an extension to the rear console, including a table of machined aluminum laptop cooler and drinks, and two Apple iPads default (the first car to do), the Range Rover back seat to experience new levels of luxury.

The theme of luxury extends to the rear cargo area with a yacht-inspired teak flooring great with metal and leather details.

The inner story is complete with leather seats premium semi-aniline and casings of Oxford is leather, dashboard and steering wheel up. For the first time Kalahari veneer used on the instrument panel and door top rolls and unique interior color is dark cherry or Arabica is available.

Two new exterior colors or unique Otago Roussillon Red or stone, are available with color door handles, black grille and side vents of the atlas to create a sophisticated finish. This latest edition features new and exclusive 20 "alloy wheels multi-diamond cards and tailgate. Customers can also design a package of exterior and secondary deployment.

The all-V8 engine line-up includes the amazing new 4.4-liter diesel TDV8-LR with a new gearbox with drive select integrates eight paddles as standard. The LR-TDV8 combines higher power with 313PS and 700 Nm of torque while delivering fuel consumption even lower emissions and 14% less CO2 than its predecessor in accordance with the strict EU5 emission. The combined cycle fuel consumption of fuel of the new 4.4-liter LR-TDV8 is just 30.1mpg, making it the first Range Rover to better 30mpg.

Transmission ZF 8-speed automatic developed by Land Rover engineers to combine moves silky smooth with exceptionally fast response and improved fuel economy, catapults Range Rover rest to 60 mph in just 7.5 seconds and complete the 50 mph-75 mph dash in just 5.1 seconds.

The LR-V8 supercharged 5.0 provides also available unbelievable power and torque, 625 Nm and 510ps, resulting in the Range Rover from 0 to 60 mph in a breathtaking 5.9 seconds.

Both variants come with award-winning Land Rover Terrain Response system, which optimizes settings for almost all the car on the road or driving conditions off-road, with five different settings to suit different terrains, including boot Coast Assist new and Acceleration Gradient Control.

The latest edition was designed, developed and manufactured in the UK and exclusivity ensures that each vehicle will be built to customer order only. 500 units will be produced and sold in over 20 markets worldwide.

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