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Now, The Ultra Luxurious Range Rover SV Is For You To Book In India


SV – short for Special Vehicle Operations – is for Land Rover what Maybach is to Mercedes. It’s indulgence and extravagance personified

 

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Now, we know that the standard Range Rover already pushes the envelope of opulence and packs superlative technology. So how can you possibly up the magnificence of this flagship SUV that’s already the crème de la crème of automobiles?

Welcome the Range Rover SV, whose bookings are now underway in India. An acronym for Special Vehicle Operations, the SV is for Land Rover what Maybach is to Mercedes. You get the point, right?  

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This trim allows you to tailor luxury to your taste. To that end, you get to choose the body colour (from Satin and Gloss), alloy wheel design (from as many as 12 options), interior colour combination, and even wood inserts to spruce up the cabin. 

If you don’t care much for personalisation, there are two specially curated themes for you. These are the SV Serenity (think more luxury) and SV Intrepid (ups the stealth quotient). 

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Want your name engraved on the seat? Land Rover will go all the way to do that. And if you despise cruelty towards animals (which we all do), the SUV maker has got you covered with a leather-free interior and high-quality fabric. 

The Range Rover SV is as much about customisation as it is about you lapping up the milk and honey. The semi-aniline leather seats, which get less pigmentation for a more natural feel, are softer so you sink into them. Then there are the ceramic touches on the ‘SV’ logo, gear lever, and terrain response controller, all adding to the splendour.

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Speaking of splendour, the SV can also be had as a 4-seater (in its long-wheelbase form), which can put an airport lounge to shame. For context, you get to choose between 5- and 7-seaters and short- and long-wheelbase options. If it were me – I wish it were me - I’d pick the 4-seater. 

Rear-seat occupants have dedicated 13.1-inch entertainment screens (largest on a Range Rover yet) as standard. The first-class travel experience only grows more pronounced, thanks to the electronically deployable tables and fridge with champagne glasses. Then there are the stock Range Rover’s features, including the Meridian sound system and 13.1-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system, to keep you entertained.  

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The Range Rover SV’s no weakling in the power department either. It’s definitely got the chops: 350PS 3-litre diesel mild-hybrid and the BMW-sourced 530PS 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8, each paired with an 8-speed automatic and AWD. Detailed specifications here. 

However, courtesy of all the grandiosity on offer, you’ve got to have Mariana Trench deep pockets to buy one: it starts from well over Rs 3 crore. And if you’re splurging this kind of money, do take a look at the Rolls Royce Cullinan, Bentley Bentayga, and the Mercedes-Maybach GLS before signing that cheque.

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