2018 Range Rover SV Autobiography LWB
The Range Rover SV Autobiography is a proper all-rounder

Range Rover SV Autobiography LWB – The SV Autobiography sits at the top of the entire Range Rover line-up in India. It is offered in standard and long-wheelbase versions and of course it is the latter which is more expensive. You get two engine options – a 4.4-litre V8 diesel or a 5.0-litre V8 petrol. The diesel engine churns out 335 HP and 750 Nm while the petrol unit makes 557 HP and 700 Nm. Both the engines are matched to an 8-speed AT and the Range Rover also gets goodies like All Terrain Progress Control and Terrain Response 2. This an all-rounder offering looks, performance, comfort and off-road ability. The diesel variant is priced at Rs. 4.38 crores while the petrol version costs Rs. 4.50 crores (on-road, Mumbai).

Bentley Bentayga Review
The Bentayga is a mix of classiness and sportiness

Bentley Bentayga – British automaker Bentley is a renowned company producing luxurious and sporty vehicles. Cars like the Mulsanne, Continental GT and Flying Spur are quite popular in the affluent circles and the automaker had to enter the SUV market looking at the demand for this body type. The Bentayga is their first SUV and it combines contemporary styling with tempting performance. Globally you get diesel, hybrid, V8 and W12 variants but in India you get only the latter two. The V8 engine is a 4.0-litre unit making 542 HP and 770 Nm while the large W12 6.0-litre engine makes 600 HP and 900 Nm. Bentley also offers tons of personalisation options. Prices are Rs. 4.17 crores for the V8 and Rs. 4.82 crores for the W12 variant (on-road, Mumbai).

Rolls-Royce Cullinan Review
The most expensive SUV also feels the most regal

Rolls-Royce Cullinan – Rolls-Royce has always made some uber luxurious cars like the Phantom, Ghost and Wraith and with every luxury automaker taking their turn at making SUVs, RR wasn’t one to be left behind so they launched the Cullinan. The fascia looks similar to the Phantom but the side and rear have a boxy design which isn’t to everyone’s taste. There is no denying that the Cullinan boasts of impeccable road presence and looks and feels very rich. The cabin is loaded to the brim and the massive 6.75-litre V12 engine now produces 600 HP and 900 Nm in the Black Badge trim which also adds some exclusive bits on the outside and inside. The Cullinan is priced at Rs. 7.50 crores (on-road, Mumbai) and the Black Badge costs upwards of Rs. 8.20 crores.