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The Range Rover SVAutobiography Is the Most Luxurious Range Rover Ever Made

Land Rover's new model includes doors that close at the touch of a button, reclining rear seats, and a refrigerator-for when the Krug needs to be chilled.

Land Rover’s newest Range Rover takes opulence to the next level.

The SVAutobiography, which made its debut at the 2017 LA Auto Show last week, puts the luxurious Bentley Bentayga squarely in its crosshairs. Starting at more than $207,000, it's available only in a long wheelbase version.

That length allows it to offer rear passengers a whopping 3.9 feet of legroom. The "Executive Class Comfort-Plus" back seats can be adjusted 22 ways and even offer a hot-stone massage option along with heated calf and footrests.

Between the seats, a veneered sliding door slides away to reveal a refrigerated compartment that can store any bottles of your choosing, plus glassware.

The rear doors are powered, and open and close at the touch of a button. Each of the rear seats also gets its own 10-inch touchscreen.

It's powered by a 5.0-liter supercharged V8, which offers 577 horsepower and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in a speedy 5.2 seconds, because the chauffeur deserves to have some fun, too.

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