The now Indian owned Land Rover group will debut the new 2010 Range Rover Sport Autobiography Limited Edition at the Los Angels Auto Show, the go anywhere all terrain luxury vehicle will be a special edition model with only 250 units built, each priced at $88,545.

The special edition Range Rover is powered by a 5.0 Liter V8 that puts down 510 HP and 461 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a six speed automatic transmission. The exterior features color matched lower door panels, front and rear bumpers with titanium accents and a bold rear roof spoiler. The Range’s sporty look is accentuated by a Titan mesh grille as well as side vents and a set of 20 inch 10 spoke Diamond Turned alloy wheels. Fellow motorists will be able to tell exactly what it is you’re driving due to the distinctive Autobiography Sport badge mounted on the Rover’s tailgate.

On the inside, the Range Rover Sport Autobiography Limited Edition features a new two tone leather treatment, that is available in three color combinations and embroidered with the Autobiography Sport logo. The limited edition Land Rover also comes complete with rear seat entertainment system and HD radio as well as a few other creature comforts that are guaranteed to make any owner feel more than at home inside of the Range Rover Sport Autobiography.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Land Rover, the world’s leading sport utility vehicle manufacturer, comes to Los Angeles with the North American debut of Range Rover Sport Autobiography Limited Edition. The limited-production vehicle will be on display with the full model line-up for press review December 2-3, and during the public show days December 4-13.

The award-winning Range Rover Sport line-up will feature a striking new Autobiography Package available in the 510-hp Supercharged edition offering added elegance and refinement for 2010. 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 in Santorini Black. The exterior features body-colored lower door panels, front and rear bumpers with titan accents and an extended rear roof spoiler. A Titan mesh grille and side vents also enhance the Autobiography Package. Special 20-inch, 10-spoke Diamond-Turned alloy wheels and a distinguishing exhaust extension complete the exterior.

Autobiography – A Beneficiary of a Better Basis

The foundation for the Autobiography model – the updated 2010 Range Rover Sport – puts even more emphasis on driving dynamics over prior model years. From the new suspension that monitors the suspension at up to 500 times per second and adjusts to suit individual driving style, to the new Dynamic setting on the Terrain Response ™ system in the Supercharged model which provides heightened responsiveness during enthusiastic on-road driving, the new Sport feels much more agile, more athletic. Greater driver involvement comes with new paddle shifters to select gears manually when desired, revised steering, and more powerful brakes.

The Range:


  • HSE $60,495 5.0-liter V8 375 hp/375 lb-ft 6-sp auto
  • Supercharged $74,195 5.0-liter V8 510 hp/461 lb-ft 6-sp auto
  • Autobiography $88,545 5.0-liter V8 510 hp/461 lb-ft 6-sp auto

(Prices are MSRP and include $850 destination and delivery charge)


  • Greater focus on enhanced driving dynamics, more athletic performance
  • All-new direct-injection 5.0-liter V8 engines
  • New 5.0-liter supercharged V8 delivers a remarkable 510 hp and 461 lb-ft of
  • torque with 0-to-60 mph acceleration in just 5.9 seconds
  • New 5.0-liter naturally-aspirated V8 with 375 hp and 375 lb-ft generating
  • 0-to-60mph acceleration in 7.2 seconds – just 0.1 sec. slower that previous Supercharged model
  • High-efficiency, sixth-generation Eaton™ twin-vortex supercharger (Supercharged and Autobiography models)
  • Both engines conform to stringent ULEV2 emissions regulations
  • Striking new exterior design with new LED headlights, new two-bar grille, revised bumpers and new LED rear light clusters
  • Vastly improved ride and handling with new Adaptive Dynamics System featuring precise new DampTronic Valve Technology ™ damper units (shocks) that read suspension movements 500 times per second and adjust to suit the driver
  • New Dynamic program within Terrain Response™ system to deliver more sporting and responsive on-road driving experience
  • New paddle shifters for Sport Supercharged (and Autobiography)
  •  Dramatic leap forward in interior quality, with finer materials and finishes; 50 percent fewer buttons and switches on dashboard
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  (612) posted on 02.4.2010

Naah, I don’t think so. I don’t think that I would be paying more than 80 grand to an SUV with only a few hundreds above it’s regular edition in HP. I’d say buy a none limited edition model and get it tuned.

  (567) posted on 01.17.2010

I know everyone like this SUV but I think it’s one of the high expenditure SUV that’s in the level of a Mitsubishi Outlander. I don’t see any point why this product gone up with this "typical" or rather say
"ordinary" type vehicle that the performance of it is average yet the price is "helly" high.

  (1332) posted on 12.7.2009

I can’t believe that this is already owned by an Indian manufacturer. Nevertheless, there is nothing changed with the design of the car, it actually got better. And for less than $90,000, you can purchase this 2011 Land Rover, hope I can have one of the 250 units.

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