2023 Range Rover SV Bespoke – Luxury SUV / Range Rover 2023

With the launch of an SV Bespoke commissioning service, Range Rover is creating a new contemporary luxury bar by providing clients improved levels of personalization and refinement.

The service is offered on Autobiography and SV models, while a series of upgrades across the lineup keeps Range Rover at the top of the premium SUV market. Range Rover is the first luxury SUV and has set the standard for almost 50 years, blending tranquil comfort and poise with all-conquering capabilities.

The latest generation Pivi Pro infotainment system has been added to Range Rover, and the new plug-in electric hybrids are more powerful than before. For the first time, the Range Rover SV is available with electric hybrid power on the extended wheelbase variant, while the flagship V8 gets efficiency-boosting mild hybrid technology. For maximum power, a new 615PS option is available on the premium Range Rover SV.

The SV Bespoke commissioning service, available on Range Rover Autobiography and Range Rover SV, is the ultimate of customization. Clients may customize their Range Rover at the SV Bespoke Commissioning Suite in the UK, visit chosen global stores, or finish their purchase online through a unique virtual service for the maximum convenience.

Inside, there are up to 391 material colorways to choose from, and the selected SV Bespoke paint palette includes over 230 colors in matte and gloss finishes. Alternatively, the SV Bespoke Match to Sample paint service may match any exterior color request, giving you complete freedom of expression.

The attention to detail lavished on the Range Rover bonnet and tailgate writing, which is available in a variety of precious metal finishes including 24ct gold, exemplifies the degree of workmanship available from the professionals at SV Bespoke.

The broad powertrain lineup of Range Rover has also been improved. The strong and efficient plug-in electric hybrid engines use a new 160kW electric motor that, when paired with the 3.0-litre six-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine, generates 550PS and 460PS in the P550e and P460e, up from 510PS and 440PS in the P510e and P460e, respectively.

The new technology improves acceleration in EV mode, shaving 5.0 seconds off the time it takes to reach 100km/h on pure-electric power. The P550e can sprint from 0-100km/h in 5.0 seconds, down from 5.5 seconds previously (or 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds, down from 5.2 seconds).

For the first time, the easy V8 employs Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle (MHEV) technology. The MHEV system increases efficiency by harvesting energy acquired during deceleration and braking, and it improves responsiveness by redeploying saved energy during acceleration. When paired with additional system benefits, such as smoother functioning of the start/stop feature, these qualities result in a reduction in CO2 emissions.

A dual turbo V8 MHEV petrol engine with 615PS and 750Nm of torque is also available in the Range Rover SV, delivering smooth and powerful performance.

The elegant interior of the Range Rover blends seamless connectivity and intelligent technology like never before, thanks to the newest generation Pivi Pro1 infotainment system. The sleek 13.1-inch floating glass touchscreen provides a sharp and straightforward interface for customers to handle important vehicle functions.

New sidebars with simple sliding controls for volume and climate control allow rapid and accurate execution for important operations regardless of the menu screen, and about 80% of activities can be completed within two taps of the home screen. Haptic feedback adds a layer of tactility and interaction with the user.

Drivers can maintain their eyes on the road while making adjustments to the interior environment thanks to integrated Amazon Alexa and Land Rover voice control technologies. Range Rover’s advanced Software Over The Air capabilities keeps the car and its features up to date with the newest software, allowing the vehicle and its features to improve with age.

For the first time on a Range Rover, new Country Road Assist technology enhances passenger comfort while reducing driving effort while utilizing Adaptive Cruise Control. The sophisticated technology uses navigation data to automatically modify the intended speed, taking into account road curves and speed limit changes, and smoothly accelerating or decelerating the car appropriately.

Dynamic Response Pro, which debuted in the Range Rover Sport, takes driving steadiness to new heights. Using actuators capable of providing up to 1,400 nm of torque to each axle, the strong electronic roll control system lowers body lean when cornering for a more comfortable and engaging driving.

Adaptive Off-Road Cruise Control improves Range Rover’s all-terrain capability by allowing drivers to choose from four comfort settings and adjust the vehicle’s speed accordingly, allowing them to focus on driving through difficult terrain.

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