?The Autobiography is a new twist on an old idea ? the bespoke car. The name comes from a time when a wealthy buyer would contact an automaker and describe the car he or she wanted, and then the automaker would build it to the buyer?s specifications. There was no ordering from a limited set of standard options ? everything was custom-made.
?The new Range Rover Autobiography isn?t quite completely custom, but buyers can choose from an expanded range of interior and exterior trim features and colors. For example, there is an expanded list of interior color combinations, and three different real wood veneers for the trim. Buyers can also choose leather for all the touch surfaces in the vehicle, including a full leather headliner.
?But Range Rover luxury is about more than colored leather. The 2010 Range Rover? Autobiography includes full support for satellite radio, iPod music player, and CD stereo in a 14-speaker 720-watt Harman Kardon audio system. For safety and confidence, the Autobiography also offers GPS navigation and Bluetooth hands-free telephone support.
?Outside, the Autobiography comes with 20-inch wheels and front and rear body differences that instantly set it apart from the rest of the Range Rover family. The engine is Rover?s top of the line 5.0 liter Supercharged V8, which delivers 510 horsepower.
?You also get the most advanced computer-controlled All Wheel Drive system in the industry. The 2010 Range Rover Autobiography has Rover?s 60-year history of Four Wheel Drive experience behind it. Range Rover?s Terrain Response System gives you optimum performance on pavement and over snow, mud, and rocks. In addition, the Autobiography also includes automatic hill descent control and push-button ride height adjustment.
The Range Rover Autobiography starts at an impressive $109,625. That?s not a small price tag, but if this car is the story of your life, you?ll be ready to buy.