Holland & Holland inspires luxury Range Rover

Land Rover has partnered with another iconic British brand, luxury gun maker Holland & Holland, to create a new luxury version of the Range Rover.

Crafted by Jaguar Land Rover’s new Special Vehicle Operations, the new extravagant Range Rover combined the capability of the standard Range Rover but with a broad range of custom features.

Most luxurious and expensive Range Rover ever

Both Land Rover and Holland & Holland currently hold Royal Warrants, and the collaboration between the two companies has resulted in the most luxurious and expensive Range Rover ever.

Based on the Range Rover Autobiography Black, the previous high point in Land Rover’s portfolio, the marque says that only 120 units will be built in total, with 40 produced each year for three years.

Land Rover says that the new models will demonstrate the new division’s abilities and ambition, which has previously resulted in custom models like the Lightweight E-Type reproduction.

With unique Holland & Holland Green bodywork, the exclusive Range Rover will also feature Holland & Holland badging on the doors and on the tailgate.

Long and standard wheelbase () versions are offered, with fully adjustable seats and a re-designed centre console with electrically deployable walnut tables.

Custom features

Other custom features include enhance stowage options and bespoke interior lighting, plus integrated USB sockets and hand-engraved interior door handles.

Upholstery is exclusive tan hide leather, which features on the seats and transmission tunnel, while Holland & Holland embroidery also features on the front seats.

French walnut veneers also features on the inside, polished to look like the oiled gunstocks of Holland & Holland’s rifles, along with the company’s logo inlaid into the wood.

The boot also features removable a leather-trimmed aluminium cabinet designed especially for the car and precisely sized to fit a pair of Holland & Holland guns.

Machined from aluminium and carbon fibre, the loadspace floor has been designed to easily slide out for extra accessibility and then back in to ensure plenty of room for luggage and equipment.

Power for the models comes from a choice of two engines, a 4.4-litre 334bhp diesel or a massive 5.0-litre supercharged V8 with an output of 503bhp.

Further performance details have yet to be released, but Land Rover has said that the custom models will be priced from £180,000 when they go on sale.