Executive Class rear seats can be reclined by 40 degrees while passengers experience a 'hot stone massage' with heated calf- and foot-rests.
Land Rover has unveiled its new Range Rover SVAutobiography at the 2017 Los Angeles auto show.
Focused on a rear-seat ownership experience, the exclusively long-wheelbase SVAutobiography boasts nearly four feet of legroom in front of a pair of airline-style seats that recline by up to 40 degrees.
Rear occupants can now close the doors at the push of a button while they experience a hot-stone massage with heated calf- and foot-rests. Tables can be electronically deployed to continue work, or a pair of Champagne bottles can be fetched from a refrigerator between the rear seats.
A Zenith clock inspired by the watchmaker's Elite 6150 timepiece has been placed on the rear center console, complementing integrated 10-inch touchscreen entertainment displays.
The Range Rover SVAutobiography is powered by a 557 horsepower supercharged 5.0L V8, netting a 0-60 run of just 5.2 seconds. Power is routed through an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The Land Rover Range Rover SVAutobiography will be available for order early next year with a starting price of $207,900.
Live photos by Brian Williams.