Two of Britain’s most iconic brands have joined forces to provide the ultimate in outdoor vehicles. Range Rover has modified its Autobiography Black model to include Holland & Holland features. Limited quantities will be made over the next three years, with a worth of several hundred thousand each.

The new Range Rover Holland & Holland Edition was created by Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations, the branch tasked with taking stock vehicles and fitting them with high-performance derivatives, ultra-luxury products, and special paint and personalization touches. It also creates the company’s limited-run collector editions, like the H&H.

SVO took the luxurious Autobiography Black model  — once called by SVO Managing Director John Edwards “Our most luxurious specification yet” — and added the custom touches that Holland & Holland’s firearms are known for.

“Both SVO and Holland & Holland represent the very pinnacle of craftsmanship, and the new car is where their collective skills combine,” Holland & Holland said. “It is instantly discernable from a distance, even among other Range Rovers, thanks to the unique Holland & Holland Green of the full bodywork, mirrors, and bonnet vent.”

The H&H Edition also features a grill painted in H&H Green with chrome highlights. H&H badging is found on the lower accent door badges and tailgate.

The interior is upholstered with tan and espresso-colored leather hides, with H&H embroidery appearing on the front seats. The leather even covers the sides of the transmission tunnel.

The leather is complemented by French walnut veneer, polished and oiled to resemble H&H’s gunstocks.

The Holland & Holland logo is inlaid in the front center console. The inside door handles are engraved with acanthus scroll. The fascia letterbox panels are decorated with gunstock checkering — the center console panel engraved with designs inspired by H&H’S forend diamonds.

Perhaps the most important sporting feature of the Range Rover is in the trunk, or “boot.” An aluminum gun cabinet — leather trimmed and debossed with the Holland & Holland logo — is sized to fit two H&H guns. It can be removed for more cargo space.

Only 120 of the vehicles will be made — 40 per year for three years. Of the 120, 30 will be shipped to the U.S.

To put the special edition in perspective, the standard Autobiography retails for $36,800; the SVO-designed Auto, $200,490. The finished H&H Edition is priced at $245,495.

If that seems a little steep, keep in mind: It’s still cheaper than some mule deer hunts.

 

Watch as the Range Rover Holland & Holland Edition hits the road in this beautifully shot video.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32vY-BCTWXI

 

 

 

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