Offering a blend of power and luxury, the Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography stands alone as the company's newest flagship. A product of Rover's Special Vehicle Operations team (hence the name), it's the most powerful production vehicle in their history, with a supercharged, 542 hp V8 engine at its heart, and a distinctive duo-tone paint scheme. Inside, you'll find an opulent interior, with features like controls and pedals machined from solid aluminium and finished with knurled details, InControl for smartphone connectivity, exclusive premium leather seating with unique trim, a chiller compartment, powered deployable tables, and solid aluminum coat hooks for backseat passengers, and optional Event Seating that folds out of the luggage compartment and provides you with two Windsor leather and aluminum seats on the tailgate.
The last of the legendary Defenders will roll off the production line in December 2015, so it's only fitting that another British icon give it a proper sendoff. The Paul Smith x Land Rover Defender is a one-of-a-kind tribute to the rugged SUV, adorned with many of the designer's signature flourishes. Those include a special paint job that incorporates 27 individual colors, seats crafted using a mixture of leather and a fabric Smith designed for American upholstery company Maharam. Special badging, a Paul Smith-branded dashboard clock, and black wheels round out the offering.
It doesn't look all that different from the outside, but there's enough new about the 2016 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque to make it worth mentioning. Most notable is the new aluminium Ingenium diesel engine option, providing between 147 and 177 hp, the former of which offers an efficiency increase of 18% over the current model. Other changes and improvements include slimline LED fog lights, enlarged air intakes, two new grille designs, optional full-LED adaptive headlights, an all-new eight-inch InControl touchscreen infotainment system, three all-new alloy wheel designs, and optional roof fins.