Expect it this December.
They say it is highly anticipated and luxuriously comfortable.
The Range Rover LWB offers an additional 186mm legroom more than the standard variant for rear passengers, and pampering massage seats for the driver and front seat passengers. The Rear Executive Class seats option is also available for rear seat passengers to enjoy individually crafted seats with massage function, a sweeping centre console, and the ability to recline by an additional 17 degrees, eight degrees more than the standard wheelbase option.
The rear seat entertainment system features twin 10.2-inch video screens, wireless remote control and headphones. The 29-speaker 3D surround audio system preserves the natural rhythm of the performance to the precise acoustics of the vehicle cabin.
The Range Rover Autobiography LWB is powered by a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 that delivers 510PS at 6,000rpm. It goes from 0 – 100 km/h in a concise 5.8 seconds, with seamless transition of the eight-speed automatic gearbox channeling power into all four wheels.
In addition to the automated Park Assist technology to help drivers park their car in tight urban parking spots, the Range Rover LWB also comes equipped with Terrain Response® 2. At the flick of a switch, the latest generation of terrain response system from Land Rover reconfigures transmission, suspension and traction settings for maximum drivability in almost all conditions. The wing mirrors are outfitted with sensors alerting the driver when it is too deep, and the feature provides real-time pictorial wading information, including the depth of the water in relation to the vehicle, as well as the maximum wading capability of the vehicle via touch-screen.
With a reduced carbon footprint of 299g/km, the Range Rover LWB’s has a combination of clean operation and power.
The first exclusive unit of Range Rover Autobiography LWB will be made available to Singapore from December 2014 onwards at over SGD800,000.
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