The Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition will debut for the first time in China and North America. A limited number of 500 units will be commissioned globally, with each car being specifically crafted to customer order. Over 150 orders for the Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition have been taken in China and more than 50 in the United States.
The Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition is the most luxurious Rane Rover ever, offering superior levels of comfort and luxury. Features include two individually powered rear seats, a rear console extension with an aluminium laptop table and drinks chiller. Soft feel leathers, machined aluminium detailing with a super-yacht inspired teak floor in the rear load space. Two Apple iPads are fitted as standard, a first for any vehicle. Prices are anticipated to be $170,000 in the United States and RMB 3,398,000 in China.
Also making its Chinese debut at the Shanghai Auto Show is the all-new Range Rover Evoque, to be unveiled by Land Rover Global brand director, John Edwards. Market pricing will be announced for both the coupe and five door body styles, alongside a range of personalisation options.
"China is Land Rover's fastest growing market with Range Rover in particular seeing positive growth - up 59% YOY. The Range Rover Evoque is set to be equally in demand, with more than 1000 Chinese customers placing pre-orders - despite not having seen the car in the metal and before official pricing has been announced," commented Edwards.
The Range Rover Evoque will also take centre stage in New York - the world's biggest metropolitan market for Range Rover. Sales of the marque are up 22% YTD in North America.
Every United States bound Range Rover Evoque will be equipped with all-wheel drive and feature a new 240PS 2.0-litre Si4 petrol engine, combining direct fuel injection, turbocharging and twin variable valve timing.
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