Land Rover has used this week’s 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show for the U.S. debut of its latest 2010 Range Rover Sport Autobiography Limited Edition SUV, which is set to go on sale at the end of the year.
Joining the rest of the 2010 Range Rover Sport family, the striking new Autobiography package is available with the common 510 horsepower and 461 pound-feet of torque supercharged and direct-injected 5.0-liter V-8, plus a range of luxury items.
All seat surfaces are upholstered in new duo-tone leather, available in three color combinations. The front and rear headrests are embossed with a unique Autobiography Sport logo while the wood door inserts also bear this exclusive insignia. The Autobiography package also includes the rear-seat entertainment system and HD radio offered in Range Rover Sport, as well as a distinctive Autobiography Sport badge on the tailgate. Electronic rear differential lock and adaptive cruise control are also part of the package.
Only 250 Autobiographies will be produced this year, all in the Santorini Black color scheme. The exterior features body-colored lower door panels, front and rear bumpers with titan accents and an extended rear roof spoiler. A custom mesh grille and side vents also enhance the Autobiography package, as does special 20 inch wheels and a distinguishing exhaust extension.
Pricing for the Autobiography model starts at $88,545 plus an $850 destination and delivery charge.