HUD Rear Entertainment 22″s
If you have a nomadic heart and a hankering for the high life, the Range Rover Autobiography might just be the ideal candidate. It blends go-anywhere ability with luxurious opulence, Now, for those looking to get into the high-end Airbnb business, this might just be the place to start; it provides a home-away-from-home. Up front, the Autobiography is dominated by its very comfortable and fully articulated seats, along with a new infotainment system. Unlike previous iterations, this version is quick to react and it’s intuitive. Likewise, the instrumentation can be tweaked to deliver a conventional look – with or without the “torch” effect, or rings around the dials – or put a full-sized map in its place. The advanced air springs and adaptive damping cope admirably regardless of whether it’s a rough road or a gnarly trail, as the ride is both refined and unhurried. It also gives access to different ride heights – Access mode lowers the Autobiography by 50 millimetres from the normal position, easing ingress. Off-road mode ups it by a maximum of 75 millimetres over normal, which gives the Autobiography the ability to wade through almost a metre of water.This is not your grandpa’s Land Rover, and it is a very distant relative to the original. It’s opulent, supremely fast and very adroit on-road while possessing the ability to go just about anywhere the owner’s heart desires. Mind you, would one seriously go off-roading in a £100k + car? I think not, but at least the rest of the world knows you can.-Montacillio Red with Ebony Interior with Ebony Leather headlining-Head Up Display, Rear Entertainment, Opening Pan Roof, 22″ Turbine Alloys, Deployable Side Steps, Deployable Towbar, Black Pack, Privacy Glass, 1 Owner, FLRSH.