To commemorate 50 years anniversary of the Range Rover, Land Rover has just introduced the limited-run Range Rover Fifty Special edition to the worldwide fans.
As part of its celebration on the 50th year of Range Rover, Land Rover has just revealed a limited-run special edition of the luxury iconic SUV. The Range Rover has been in production since 1969 and has now reached its fourth generation. With half a decade of presence in the markets, the Range Rover has been one of the biggest legends globally. So, to mark this important milestone, Land Rover has introduced the Range Rover Fifty with production capped at just 1,970 units.
The batch of 1970 units of the Range Rover Fifty refers to the year the first Range Rover rolled off its production line. To make the Range Rover Fifty more special, Land Rover has equipped it with unique badges that were created by Land Rover’s design chief Gerry McGovern and they can be seen on the dashboard, numbered plaque, door sill plates and so on. The Range Rover Fifty is basically based on the Autobiography variant, the one that sits under the SVAutobiography Dynamic variant in the range.
The Range Rover Fifty special edition will be available with four different exterior paint options, namely Carpathian Grey, Rosello Red, Santorini Black and Aruba Silver. However, only a few buyers can buy the Fifty in extremely limited colour schemes sourced from Range Rover’s original palette, including the Tuscan Blue, Bahama Gold and Davos White
The Range Rover Fifty comes loaded with a wide range of upmarket features to attain the utmost convenience, comfort, safety and connectivity. It features a panoramic sunroof, updated LED headlights, premium audio system and many more.
While available in both regular and long-wheelbase guise, the Range Rover Fifty offers a variety of petrol & diesel engine options including the P400e plug-in hybrid. Prices of the SUV are yet to be announced.
Back in India, the existing fourth-gen Range Rover is on sale in a price range of Rs 1.97- 4.09 crore (ex-showroom). The company is also gearing up for the introduction of the Range Rover Defender, which was slated to come to us in the coming months but the timeline could be pushed back due to the ongoing unfavourable situation.