Monday, June 20, 2011

2011 Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black Review

"Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography is the best black Range Rover has to offer, and is a fitting tribute to the vehicle, which is consistent with the highest off-road performance tire, luxury and design in the last 40 years." Phil Popham, Land Rover CEO


The latest incarnation of the Range Rover, Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black Limited Edition 40th anniversary, is simply the last word as in vehicles.


With a unique finish to Barolo Black, also features outside alloy wheels 20 inches, Diamond turned, a unique grille with mesh grille made of titanium, tip 'U' a bright chrome grille and black grille surround. Side vents are a new mesh is offset by polished chrome bars and a vent surround black. There are body-colored door handles and tailgate badge, of course, "Autobiography of Black".



Inside is a range of colors in standard Jet, or two colors, unique to Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black - Jet or Jet d'Ivoire and pepper. Autobiography Blacks logo is subtly repeated throughout the interior, where it is engraved on the armrest of the seat back and displayed on the four unique door Grand Black veneer. Sculptures doorway illuminated by the words "Range Rover" and there are half a Grand Black wood wheel. Gas Models also offer knots speed plating.


"At the top of the range, the new Land Rover Range Rover Autobiography Black 40th Anniversary Limited Edition gives customers the option of exclusivity and unique color combinations and features impressive interior and exterior design. About 700 will be made, emphasizing the exclusivity of this limited edition. "Design Director Gerry McGovern

No detail has been made to ensure the Range Rover is the most special in the 40-year history of the brand. Even the key and the driver's manual carry the logo of Black Autobiography.