Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate Edition
More than 20,000 Range Rover Sport SVRs have been sold to date

The Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate Edition comes with the stonking 5.0-litre supercharged V8 motor

Behold the Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate Edition from the luxury car firm’s Special Vehicle Operations arm.

Revealed in the new solid glass flake paintwork, the special edition Range Rover Sport SVR comes in 3 exterior colour choices such as Gloss Maya Blue, Gloss Marl Grey and Satin Ligurian Black.

The first 2 shades are exclusive to the Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate edition. All of them, however, come with a Gloss Narvik Black contrast roof.

The interior is a luxurious affair

Differentiating the Ultimate edition from the regular SVR are several bespoke touches that are peppered all over the car. For example, the Range Rover lettering on the bonnet and tailgate are knurled and get Fuji White edging (also used for fender accents).

Then there is the bonnet itself, which is made from carbon fibre, while the wheels are 22-inch jobbies and sitting behind are black brake calipers.

Bespoke detailing can be seen inside too. The SUV gets Ebony and Cirrus interior, performance seats in Windsor leather and contrasting suedecloth, chrome-finished B-pillar badges, black anodised metal paddle shifters and Ultimate edition illuminated treadplates.

Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate Edition Interior
It gets SVR-embossed performance seats

It is powered by a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 that produces 575 PS and 700 Nm of torque. It can sprint from nought to 100 km/hr in 4.3 seconds and hit a top speed of 283 km/hr.

While the global order books have already opened, the SUV, which has been priced at £123,900 (Rs. 1.26 crore) in the UK, will debut at Salon Privé, Blenheim Palace, UK in September.

Range Rover Sport SVR Ultimate Edition Side
The roof, door mirror caps, front grille, front wing detail and tailgate finishers come in Narvik Black