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The most expensive and ‘most luxurious’ Range Rover in history has been revealed, and it is this, the Range Rover Autobiography ‘Ultimate Edition’.

This top-of-the-top-of-the-range Rangie gets the option of two V8 engines - a 510bhp 5.0-litre supercharged petrol (0-62mph in 5.9 secs) or a 4.4-litre diesel with 309bhp, 516lb ft of torque and, if you’re careful, 30.1mpg.

See more pics of the Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition

The innards have been handcrafted from specially selected ‘soft-feel’ leathers, Kalahari wood veneers adorn the facia and door top rolls, and you only get two stand-alone electric rear seats. Oh, it comes with two free Apple iPads as standard, a laptop table machined from aluminium and a drinks chiller.

The boot is lined in teak a-la big pimpin’ yacht style, while wheels come in 20-inch multi-spoke diamond-turned flavour.

Just 500 units will be produced for 20 markets spanning Earth. Prices still have to be confirmed, but Land Rover told us they will sit somewhere north of £120,000. A veritable bargain when you consider the guns and booze-heavy £140,000 Holland & Holland Overfinch Range Rover, itself touted as the most exclusive Rangie permissible.

We open the floor to you - £120k for a Range Rover V8?

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