2022 Range Rover SV confirmed for Australia

Land Rover has detailed its flagship Range Rover SV model that's available in two body styles, three powertrains and two design themes.

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Land Rover has revealed the details of the ultra-luxurious Range Rover SV flagship from its Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division.

It’s locked in for Australia, with order books to open and pricing set to be revealed at the end of January 2022. Deliveries will kick off in the second half of 2022. The wider Range Rover line-up has been priced.

Slated as the Range Rover offering “enhanced levels of personalisation”, Land Rover claims to have around 1.6 million different configurations available.

The Range Rover SV will go on sale globally in early 2022, and will be available in both standard- and long-wheelbase body designs.

Setting this model apart from the rest of the Range Rover line-up on the outside is the exclusive front bumper and five-bar grille designs, as well as lower air intake with five metal-plated bars.

There are going to be three powertrains available with the option of a turbocharged petrol or turbo-diesel, as well as a plug-in hybrid (PHEV).

The petrol offering is the P530 which is a 4.4-litre turbocharged petrol V8 producing 390kW of power and 750Nm of torque.

The diesel offering is the D350 which is a 3.0-litre turbo-diesel inline-six backed by a 48V mild-hybrid system and produces 258kW and 700Nm.

Lastly, the PHEV powertrain is the P510e that combines a 3.0-litre inline-six petrol engine and an electric motor that has total system outputs of 375kW and 700Nm. It’s only offered on the SWB model, however.

The Range Rover SV is available with available with a range of 13 different wheel designs, depending on the powertrain and design theme specified.

A triple-finish 23-inch Diamond Turned Dark Grey Gloss forged alloy wheel option was specially designed for the model though.

Land Rover is offering the Range Rover SV in an additional 14 colours from its SV Bespoke Premium colour palette, which includes a range of gloss and satin finishes.

Customers can specify a Narvik Black or Corinthian Bronze contrast roof depending on the body colour chosen.

The automaker also offers a paint service where it can replicate any exterior colour a customer desires.

On top of these paint colours, Land Rover is offering the Range Rover SV with two design themes called SV Serenity and SV Intrepid.

The automaker says the SV Serenity design theme has a slew of Atlas Silver exterior details with Corinthian Bronze accents, including the bronze contrast roof and wheel accents.

The SV Intrepid design theme on the other hand include ‘Anthracite’ and ‘Graphite Atlas’ exterior details for a stealthy aesthetic.

Inside the Range Rover SV with these either of these design themes optioned, it receives two-tone front-to-rear upholstery options.

The SV Serenity interior is intended to make the rear seats of the vehicle the focal point, whereas the SV Intrepid interior puts the focus on the driver and passenger.

Throughout the Range Rover SV’s interior is a range of smooth ceramics, sustainably-sourced woods, and lustrous-plated metals with laser-etched SV logos.

There are ceramic components on the gear shifter, Terrain Response and volume controls.

As standard the Range Rover SV has a monotone semi-aniline leather upholstery with uniquely-shaped seats and SV-specific embroidery patterns.

Furniture-grade leather and sustainable faux-leather upholstery options are also available.

Long-wheelbase models are available in either four or five-seat configurations, with the four-seat SV Signature Suite offering an electrically-deployable Club Table and integrated refrigerator.

Final price and local specifications are to be finalised closer to when the Range Rover SV goes on sale.

An online configurator for the Range Rover SV has gone live and is available here.

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