Happy birthday to the Range Rover! The first Range Rover came to market 50 years ago, so they’ve decided to celebrate with a few options that raise the price. The Range Rover Fifty Edition is coming to the United States along with a few more special editions. Check out what to expect with the 2021 Range Rover.
Is the 2021 Range Rover worth buying?
The 2021 Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Range Rover Fifty Edition are coming to America with new looks, special editions, new tech, features, and higher price tags. The Range Rover Fifty Edition is limited to 1,970 examples globally, so you might have better luck snagging a different model.
For 2021, the Range Rover gets a Spotify app that was developed with the Touch Pro Duo infotainment center to resume playing from another device automatically. Also, there is an optional PM.2 Cabin Air Ionization that can filter matter up to less than 2.5 micrometers.
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But hey, if you spend that much money on an SUV, you should smell the difference. There is quite a difference because the base model Range Rover starts around $93k, and the SVAutobiography LWB starts around $211k. Each model received a slight price bump of about $1,100 to $1,500.
Range Rover SVAutobiography Fifty Edition
This 2021 Range Rover model is available with the standard or long-wheelbase but is limited to four colors. However, the Special Vehicle Operations will offer three colors that were available on the original Range Rover, including Tuscan Blue, Davos White, and Bahama gold.
There will be blue hues around the grille, side vents, and other accents. The word Fifty will be by the badge, and this model will have 22” five-spoke wheels. This model will offer 558 horsepower with a version of the 5.0-liter V8 engine.
The 2021 Range Rover HSE Westminster Edition offers the V6 and V8 gas engines. The 3.0-liter inline-six mild-hybrid engine with 395 horsepower is available alone with the 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine that provides 518 horsepower.
The SVAutobiography Black Edition goes deeper than the Black Pack with Santorini Black Metallic paint and Navick black gloss accents around the grille and other areas. You’ll find ebony quilted leather with Pimento cross-stitching in the interior.
2021 Range Rover Sport
The Range Rover Sport SVR Carbon Edition gets a carbon fiber hood with an exposed carbon center section, carbon vent borders, carbon tailgate finish, a carbon grille, and more.
You’ll find the supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine that provides 575 horsepower under the hood. The interior will also feature a steering wheel that shows off the carbon styling. This model will also sit on 22” wheels forged in gloss black.
The 2021 Range Rover HSE Silver Edition has Shadow Atlas around the accents, including the grille, vent covers, and more. The black gloss paint has a diamond finish too. Currently, the TD6 diesel engine is only available with the HSE and Silver Edition. If you want to pay for a pretty, capable vehicle then, sure the Range Rover is worth it. Otherwise, there are other luxury SUV options available with more options and savings.