It’s been said that the automobiles we buy are an extension of our personality. For some, basic transportation is all that matters. For others, nothing but the best will do. Some just want an appliance on wheels, others a vehicle with a distinct personality. There are those who are fine with an anonymous automobile that can blend in anywhere.
Then there are those who want to turn heads everywhere they drive, with a car that’s not just stylish but which offers the ultimate in performance and creature comfort. That’s the sort of buyer Land Rover has in mind with its all-new, 2010 Range Rover Autobiography.
The aptly-named, top-line version of the updated 2010 luxury SUV is targeted at the most exclusive and demanding customers, folks who typically trade in every year or so, just so they aren’t missing out on the latest features, and who can afford just about anything they want, even after the past year’s economic meltdown.
And what do you get for your $110,000 – about $15,000 more than an otherwise well-equipped but conventional Range Rover?