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Car and Driver: Fully Loaded: $245K Range Rover Holland and Holland Edition Coming to U.S.


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Better warn the bellhop you’re packing heavy if you pull up with this green Range Rover. It’s fully loaded alright, with storage for two handcrafted English rifles in the boot.


After a year on the Continent hunting driven birds and the like, the Range Rover Holland & Holland Edition is making its way to America for the cool price of $245,495. In partnership with the esteemed British gunmaker, Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations is only building up to 120 of them, and we’re getting 30.


Rangies aren’t newcomers to the ultra-luxury SUV set, and neither are their extraordinarily wealthy customers. This one builds upon the $36,800 Autobiography package available on more ordinary Range Rovers, and tops the $200,490 SVAutobiography unveiled last March.




The guns are not included, by the way. You’ll need to procure a pair at the Holland & Holland store (in Manhattan, of all places), essentially a Brooks Brothers with a lot of ammo. The removable, lockable leather gun case fits nicely below the Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s bags that will fill the boot during the pheasant hunting off-season.


It’s all English cowboy inside, with buttery-smooth tan leather, thick wood veneer cut from a single piece of walnut, metal door-handle pulls engraved with the Holland & Holland stock plating, and hardly a piece of plastic in sight. There’s a 29-speaker Meridian stereo with enough wattage to rattle your eyeballs from their sockets. As for pistols, those can be placed inside the rear cabin’s copious wood-paneled storage bins. This most extravagant Range Rover arrives here this spring; the grouse are already nervous.




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