/Range Rover Autobiography Black Announced

Range Rover Autobiography Black Announced

Range Rover Autobiography Black 01 at Range Rover Autobiography Black Announced

Along with the new Long Wheelbase Range Rover, the British car maker is also introducing a new trim level for the both the standard and LWB models. It is called the Autobiography Black, and it slots above the current range-topping Autobiography model, offering exclusive interior and exterior appointments as well as new features.

Designed and engineered by Jaguar Land Rover’s ‘Engineered To Order’ (ETO) division which rivals Rolls-Royce’ Bespoke department, the Range Rover Autobiography Black comes with unique front grille and side vents along with distinguishable badging in black enamel and chrome. More chrome work adorns the signature rear lamps and auxiliary vents. New wheels are also available, including 7-spoke 21” and a 22” wheels with a high gloss polished finish, available from spring 2014.

The looks are nice, but this Autobio Black is all about the interior. Inside the cabin you find the Executive Class seating package with two individual fully adjustable seats and a re-designed full extended centre console to offer supreme comfort and functionality. Your comfort and entertainment is guaranteed with electrically deployable tables covered in black leather with integrated USB charging sockets and cup holders, and 10.2 inch rear screens with Meridian Audio system. There is also a fridge.

They haven’t forgotten the driver either. Range Rover Autobiography Black comes with sumptuous leather seats with 18-way seat adjustability for the driver and front passenger. They are heated and cooled, and feature memory and massage functions. The car also features a customer-configurable LED mood lighting with a range of 10 colours that even illuminate the footwell and stowage compartments.

The new Range Rover Autobiography Black makes its debut at the Dubai motor show in early November.

(Founder / Chief Editor / Journalist) – Arman is the original founder of Motorward.com, which he kept until August 2009. Currently Arman is our chief editor and is held responsible for a large part of the news we publish.