It's hard to imagine a world where the ubiquitous luxury SUV doesn't exist, but this was the state of automobiles prior to 1970 when the Range Rover began production. The Range Rover would set off a revolution that would slowly change the shape of cars forever, culminating in today's world where the SUV has become a do-all, go-anywhere modern station wagon. The Land Rover is marking the Range Rover's 50th anniversary with the Range Rover Fifty, limited to 1,970 units worldwide. Starting with the Autobiography trim, the Fifty adds black exterior accents and two new 22-inch wheel designs. Four exterior colors are available, with three "extremely limited" additional colors created by the SVO team and taken from the original Range Rover palette — Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold, and Davos White. Under the hood is a 518 horsepower supercharged V8. Expect the Fifty in showrooms later in 2020.