Land Rover has released a new member to its line-up of the 2011 Range Rover Sport. Named the Luxury, the limited edition is positioned between the HSE and Autobiography Sport. The SUV offers a combination between an unique exterior, refined interior and special rims.
The exterior of the SUV got some exclusive parts such as the grille and side air vents painted in Gloss Black. They also added the text Range Rover to the air vents. The Range Rover Sport Luxury rides on 20 inch five-Spoke light metal alloys Styling 7 with a diamond turned finish sizing 275/40 R20. These wheels are normally exclusive to the Supercharged version. The Luxury is available in Santorini Black, Nara Bronze (both metallic) and as standard in Fuji White.
The Range Rover is outfitted with adaptive xenon headlights and a Dynamic suspension pack with Dynamic Response and Adaptive Dynamics. Both systems improve the road handling and are combined by paddle shifters behind the steering wheel. The Premium harman/kardon LOGIC7 sound system consists of 480 watts, 13 speakers, a subwoofer, portable audio interface and iPod connectivity.
On the inside you will have an automatic sunroof, keyless entry and the cold climate pack which includes an electric heated front window, heated front and rear seats and a heated steering wheel. The interior package shows a combination between Oxford leather, Figured Macassar wood and a choice between Tan, Ebony or Ivory seat trim. The Extended Leather pack offers more additional Oxford leather fittings through out the cabin.
The Ranger Rover Sport Luxury uses a 3.0 liter TDV6 engine producing 245hp and a maximum torque of 600Nm. The SUV will swap owner for a price tag of € 109,900 including taxes. It is unknown if the vehicle will hit the States or other countries in Europe. The Luxury limited edition is only available in the Netherlands.