This powerful Range Rover is not only as capable of racing over any landscape as any of the marque's vehicles, and as one of the world's first aluminium SUVs, it'll get you to your destination quicker than ever before. With a supercharged 5 litre longitudinal V8 5000cc engine, which can produce 510bhp at 2500rpm and 625nm of torque, you can take this impressive model to 60MPH in just 5.9 seconds. The combination of the lightweight aluminium chassis (the car's weight is 2330kg) and that powerful engine, means that our Range Rover Vogue Autobiography can reach a top speed of 140MPH.
TRANSMISSION AND DRIVING DYNAMICS
Our Range Rover Vogue is stuffed full of clever technology that makes it both a joy to drive and to ride in. An eight-speed automatic transmission is paired with intelligent air suspension technologies and the Adaptive Dynamics programme, which continuously survey the car's movements - over 500times per second - and uses this data to react instantly to what the terrain and the driver dictate.
The Terrain Response® 2 system also takes an active part in guaranteeing a smooth and effective ride, by automatically optimising vehicle settings to suit the terrain ahead. For those tricky surfaces, the car also comes with Roll Stability Control, Electronic Traction Control, Hill Descent Control and Dynamic Stability Control, as well as a Twin Speed Low Range Transfer Gearbox. The Range Rover Vogue Autobiography is a permanent 4-wheel-drive vehicle that can transfer up to 100% of its torque to either axle as necessary.
Whatever the surface they drive on, the driver always benefits from features such as Cornering Brake Control, a command driving position and that handy stop/start button
Not only is this car incredibly powerful, but it looks good too. It's solid, British Bulldog-like appearance is softened by elegant top lines and a high, imposing front grille. The Luxor Beige colour highlights the car's sleekness, and despite its huge dimensions - the car is 4.99m long, 2.07 wide and 1.85high - it appears almost delicate in this refined colour, which resembles the sparkling sands of a middle-eastern desert The car comes with 20" inch split spoke wheels, unique to this model.
The car's interior is not only luxurious but also spacious, thanks to that long body length. Passengers not only benefit from an enviable amount of legroom, but also enjoy the comfort of soft leather seats, which are covered in the highest-quality black leather to create a striking ebony-ivory interior theme. The finely-crafted leather steering wheel, 8" touch screen information system and ivory central column are given extra illumination during the day by light from the sliding panoramic roof above.
With heated seats, rear-seat entertainment screens with touch screen control and an excellent climate control system, the Range Rover Vogue Autobiography is also a perfect choice for chauffeur-drive hire. If you like to listen to good music while you're being driven in style, look no further than the car's state-of-the-art Meridian Sound System, which guarantees exceptional sound quality no matter which seat you're in.
The car's length doesn't just guarantee a lot of legroom: it allows for 909 litres of boot space that give you ample room for luggage, sports equipment or even the kitchen sink!
Elegant and full of oomph, this car is a real all-rounder. It looks just as good by the side of the racecourse as it does pulling up in the forecourt of a grand hotel. With four luxurious seats beside that of the driver, it allows you to take clients, family or friends to any destination in style, and you can even be at the forefront of the new luxury trend by booking one of our chauffeurs to do the driving for you.
The Range Rover Vogue was first launched in 1970, and is now popularly know as the Range Rover Classic. This model lasted until 1995 and, reflecting Land Rover's approach to vehicles at the time, was a lot sparser on the luxury front than any of the marque's modern vehicles.
The second Vogue, released shortly after, is the one which won the Vogue a place in luxury SUV history. Widely used by well-known celebrities, this more luxurious version came to have a reputation as the premium luxury SUV in the market. It was available for 8 years, during which time Range Rover also diversified their focus to special editions such as the Westminster and the Holland.
The 2010 Vogue capitalised on many of the improvements ushered in by Range Rover's third generation, including upgraded technology that improved both driver's and passengers' experiences.
This latest Vogue takes full advantage of Range Rover's new aluminium chassis, enhanced terrain-facing technologies and luxurious interior design, to create a truly classic new vehicle which will surely be as - if not more - in demand than any of the previous versions.