Range Rover Introduces $245,000 Holland & Holland Edition

The Range Rover Holland & Holland Edition will be made for three years, 40 vehicles per year, with 30 making it to the U.S.



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.





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